JOURNAL ARTICLE

[Medical care at schools for children with physical handicaps]

R Kuritani
No to Hattatsu. Brain and Development 1996, 28 (3): 220-4
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As the number of heavily and diversely disabled children has been increasing in schools for physically handicapped children the so-called medical care has been taken up as the most important issue. Following the trend of normalization in social background, we defend children rights for education at the same time. We have to take up medical care at schools as a new educational issue to secure the quality of life for children with handicaps, however heavily and diversely disabled they may be. We have to realize the above urgently, since it is the matter of life and death for children. We have to cope with the problems of consolidation of faculties at schools, substantial in service training for teachers, cooperative work between medical facilities and schools, and other postponed measures.

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