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Care Courses offers online training classes and book courses for child care providers, home visitors and parents. Use our childcare professional development clock hours for most US States continuing education inservice requirements and registries, for CDA Certification (Child Development Associate Credential), for CDA Renewal and for NAC Renewal. All our professional development courses give both Clock Hours and IACET CEUs toward CDA Renewal.

Our informative child care training programs can be completed anywhere and at any time. Study at home, at the park, or wherever is most convenient for you. Then go online to complete and submit your coursework. Our friendly, knowledgeable instructors offer unlimited free student support by phone or email, and are always happy to help!

Early childhood child care training can be fun, interesting, and relevant to your daily work and experience! We've been offering professional development classes for over 20 years; we love what we do and truly want to make your experience fantastic.

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Learning Outcomes for Children with Special Needs: Physical Disabilities

Lesson 1: What Are Physical Disabilities/Impairments?

After completing Lesson 1, 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.

Lesson 2: Conditions That Result in Disabilities/Impairments

After completing Lesson 2, you will be able to

  • 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.

Lesson 3: Teaching Children with Physical Disabilities/Impairments

After completing Lesson 3, you will be able to

  • 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.

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