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Children with Special Needs: Physical Disabilities, Illinois Edition

8 Clock Hours / 0.8 CEUs

Children with Special Needs: Physical Disabilities, Illinois Edition

Children with Special Needs: Physical Disabilities, Illinois Edition Course Description: 

This course applies to children of all ages. 

All children have needs; some have more specialized needs than others. Learn the goals of early education for children with special needs, the characteristics of common physical disabilities, how various disabilities affect children's ability to function, and curriculum adaptations to meet the needs of children with physical disabilities and help them develop and learn. See the course topics listed below for more information on what is covered.

Learning Outcomes: After completing Children with Special Needs: Physical Disabilities, Illinois Edition you will be able to explain the purpose, content, and function of early intervention service plans; identify the goals of early education for children with special needs; and describe signs that young children’s development is not progressing normally and report your observations to parents.Read More.


Course Formats
Course IDCourse FormatCourse LanguageClock HoursTraditional CEUsQuantityTuition 
ILP-13N9 CourseBook English80.8 $44.00
ILP-23N9 Online Course English80.8 $44.00

Please note: You need only ONE of the formats listed above. Choose either CourseBook OR Online Course format.

Attention students: This version of this course contains additional information that only pertains to Illinois caregivers.  To order the regular version, please click here.

This course is approved for the Illinois disabilities training requirement. Illinois certificates for this course will state that the course includes information on the Illinois Early Intervention System to meet the Illinois disabilities training requirement.

After completing this course, you will be able to:
  • explain the purpose, content, and function of early intervention service plans
  • identify the goals of early education for children with special needs
  • describe signs that young children’s development is not progressing normally and report your observations to parents
  • describe the symptoms of major physical disabilities
  • explain ways to provide appropriate care for children with various physical disabilities
  • identify and describe symptoms that signal possible problems associated with various physical impairments and share these observations with parents
  • list appropriate goals for your early childhood program
  • construct specific teaching guidelines and methods to meet the needs of each child with physical disabilities
  • explain ways to adapt your curriculum to meet the needs of each child with physical disabilities
Prerequisites: Must be able to fluently read English.

Instructional methodology: 
Read written material; view videos; listen to audio segments.

Assessment methods: Final Lesson Multiple Choice Quizzes and Short Essay Assignments.

Comments on Children with Special Needs: Physical Disabilities, Illinois Edition:

"Thank you for following up with me about the course. I felt that the course was very self-explanatory.  The course was also very helpful. I do not have any special needs children in my care, however, this course was great to know all the facts about the special needs children. For the future, if I do have children in my care with any type of special needs,  I can take the proper tools I have learned to make sure I take the best of care for all my children."
- Westville, Illinois

"Thank you! Everything went well with the order. I just completed the first lesson. It was a lot of information! But I learned tons and I feel I can better understand how diverse this population is. Thanks again!"
- Chicago, Illinois

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