Research Journal of Applied Sciences

Year: 2015
Volume: 10
Issue: 10
Page No. 680 - 683

Early Comprehensive Care for Children with Mental and Physical Disabilities in Modern Educational Space: A Review of Technologies

Authors : Anna I. Akhmetzyanova

Abstract: In recent years, special pedagogics highlights socialization as the community integration of a child with disabilities in psycho-physical development. The significance of an individual element in the strategy of special education in relation to children with mental and physical disabilities actualizes a new informative value of an individual-pedagogical approach as the timely delivery of correctional and educational assistance during a sensitive period of development, when the totality and integrity of different aspects of psychophysical development determines the integrity and harmony of a child overall development. It is obvious that the problem of early comprehensive rehabilitation and early support for children with HIA is currently highly topical in the field of health and education. It was found that the period of early childhood has a number of mental and physical characteristics that serve then as the foundation for the future acquisition of any competence. The period from the moment of birth and up to 3 years is the time of rapid and intensive initial development of personality characteristics and traits. This age plays an important role in a child development, creates favorable conditions for the emergence of psychophysical developments. The study discusses the current state of technology use problem concerning an early comprehensive support for children with disabilities. This will ensure the creation of special conditions to overcome the existing violations and the socialization of this category of children during the early stages of age.

How to cite this article:

Anna I. Akhmetzyanova , 2015. Early Comprehensive Care for Children with Mental and Physical Disabilities in Modern Educational Space: A Review of Technologies. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, 10: 680-683.

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