The Teen with Tourette Syndrome, His Parents Vow and the Call for Change: Special Education Case Study JS Brandon Ed.D

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The Teen with Tourette Syndrome, His Parents Vow and the Call for Change: Special Education Case Study by JS Brandon Ed.D
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The following case study is a true to life representation of what parents and teachers encounter when addressing the necessary programs in regard to the special needs child.For too long, many children with special needs have been neglected or haveMoreThe following case study is a true to life representation of what parents and teachers encounter when addressing the necessary programs in regard to the special needs child.For too long, many children with special needs have been neglected or have been offered services half-heartedly.

Especially have children with neuropsychological disorders been a part of the group.Many times parents of children with neuropsychological disorders have grappled with the school organization and become so frustrated with the school system that they don’t know where to turn. All educators should be cognizant of the situations and even empathetic toward parents in realizing that parents face weighty decisions when it comes to the wellbeing of their child.

These decisions not only impact the present but impact the future of the child in a serious way.I wrote the following case study about a situation with a child who had a neuropsychological disorder, Tourette syndrome. He also had attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHA).

The case study is the story of all involved and the dynamic that existed from the interaction of the teachers, the child and the parents.After years of teaching Special Education in the public school classroom, I have found that there are many barriers on many levels for parents, teachers and even the special needs student when deciding on the best educational solutions for the child.

To implement the very best program possible for the individual is and should be the main goal of all parties involved.This fictional case study is designed for groups of teachers (4-5) in graduate classes to evaluate. Groups are excellent because individual groups devise solutions for each level of problems. In addition, different perspectives are offered in a group and this gives way to solutions.

I have found that the discussion of this case can bring on much needed dialogue from many angles and in essence, that is the value in finding answers to benefit the child.Finally, the law cannot be ignored in regard to the handicapped. All discussion must take into consideration not only what is right for the child, but what is lawfully due the child.



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