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Teaching Special Education - Orthopedic Impairments

Special education teachers specializing in orthopedic impairments work with students who have injuries, diseases or other conditions that may affect school performance. Most of these positions require additional teacher training and certification.

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Under the national Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, public schools must provide children with disabilities an education that is tailored to their needs. Orthopedic impairment is a category of disabilities that can include students with cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries, muscular dystrophy and other conditions.

Education Information

Many students start their training in this field at the post-baccalaureate level, and many schools offer various programs in special education. Those who concentrate in special education must complete a special education teacher training program. For teachers wishing to work with students who have physical impairments, courses can include topics such as anatomy and physiology, educational strategies for the physically impaired and health procedures for the physically impaired. Review the links below, which offer more details about relevant education programs.

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