Understanding and Supporting Inclusion Assignment

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Understanding and SupportingInclusion in early childhood
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION..........................................................................................................................1Discussion.......................................................................................................................................1Briefly outline relevant policies and approaches that support children with additional needs...1Discuss kinds of inclusive environment which ensures the best outcome for children..............3Recommendations for action, support and implementation........................................................3Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................5Reference.........................................................................................................................................6
INTRODUCTIONDefine the selected additional need and identify major characteristics, symptoms and challengesfor childrenSensory impairments, refers to senses like sight, smell, touch, hearing, taste, etc. Forexample, if some individual wears specs then he has sight impairment. It refers to the loss orabsence of vision or hearing which leads to difficulties in learning. It has been noticed that, on anaverage one Australian child is found with impaired in hearing every day. Furthermore, visionimpairment is seen in one in 2500 children of Australia. Children who are affected by sensoryability, encounter difficulties in developing and this lay profound effect on their social andcognitive development.Other than this, children with sensory impairment restricts themselves from inclusionwhich impact their physical as well as socio-economic development. Its characteristics areclumsiness, change in behaviour, poor co-ordination, etc. This disorder is a condition in whichbrain of a child has trouble in receiving information that comes via senses. The overall reportwill cover Sensory impairment's discussion on relevant approaches that can support childrensuffering with the additional needs. (Support Children With Special Needs, 2018).DiscussionBriefly outline relevant policies and approaches that support children with additional needs.Children with Multi-Sensory Impairment suffer from both sight and hearing defects.Many children also suffer from other challenges, such as environmental and social challenges. Inenvironmental, children who are completely blind usually have difficult time in navigatingoutside the spaces. Further, blindness can cause social challenge because there are activities inwhich blind children can't easily participate. It arises due to wide range of causes. It isdetermined that many children may be born with MSI or acquire it during growth period. Infantssuffering from this are affected by their surroundings and other people's behaviour. (Brereton,Sitbon & Koplick, 2015).With the help of careful attention and planning between educators, families and otherinvolved professionals, infants can be supported well. Through this way they all can worktogether to create a partnership with trust, respect and understanding. Every child is different and1
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