Scout leader training. Module 36 Special Needs. Objectives. Explain the Scout Association policy with regard to special needs Build on prior knowledge and experience of special needs explain how to identify those Members with special needs
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a. The Scout Association is committed to extending Scouting, its Purpose and Method to young people in all parts of society.
b. No young person should receive less favourable treatment on the basis of, nor suffer disadvantage by reason of:
• ethnic origin, nationality (or statelessness) or race
• marital or sexual status
• mental or physical ability
• political or religious belief.
All Members of the Movement should seek to practise that equality, especially in promoting access to Scouting for young people in all parts of society. The Scout Association opposes all forms of racism.
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What could they hear?
Where were they?
What were they doing?
In small groups, discuss the following points and mind map your suggestions
Consider the following: