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Addressing Concerns of Parents in Special Education

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Which of the following might be the root of controlling behavior on the part of parents of children with physical disabilities?

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1. How can you address feelings of guilt and responsibility in parents of children with disabilities?

2. What might you do for a parent who is worried about their physically disabled child's safety in school?

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Our handy quiz/worksheet combo is made up of user-friendly, multiple-choice questions that ask you about addressing concerns of parents in special education. The topics covered on this quiz include successfully dealing with feelings of guilt in parents of children with disabilities and what the parents of these children may feel anxious about.

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  • What might be the root of controlling behaviors from parents of children with physical disabilities
  • How to successfully address feelings of guilt in parents of children with disabilities
  • What to say to a parent who is worried about their physically disabled child's safety in school
  • What parents of children with physical disabilities are often very worried about
  • A good message to send to parents who are concerned about the future of their child with disabilities

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  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding the root of controlling behaviors in parents and interpret it correctly
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson about addressing the concerns of parents in special education
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding a helpful thing to say to a parent who is concerned about his or her child's safety at school

Additional Learning

If this quiz has left you feeling you need to study this subject more, our short lesson called Addressing Concerns of Parents in Special Education can help. Expert instructors created this lesson to help you:

  • Explain how anxious parents of students with disabilities may respond to important conversations
  • Identify the support staff available to parents of students with disabilities
  • Outline how a teacher can connect parents with organizations that may help calm their fears for the future
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