FINDING A WAY. Working with children and young people with an intellectual disability Rosie’s Place Inc 2006. United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child 1979. To have basic needs met. To be safe and have a healthy environment To have accurate information.
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Working with children and young people with an intellectual disability
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Limited concepts about what is safe and unsafe, acceptable and unacceptable.
Desensitisation to norms and expected standards of behaviour due to daily routine in settings that not conducive to learning those skills
(Ref: Children with a disability who experience violence in their family. Joan Bratel. Point of Contact PADV. 2005. Bk. 9 Working with Diversity).