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School and teacher story

 

In today's Japan, where the word "developmental disability" has just spread, unfortunately, it seems that there is still a back-to-back aspect of "labeling". Even so, I think that there are many things that cannot be conveyed or noticed unless you tell us about the feelings of trouble and specific measures for children with developmental disabilities.

In particular, my eldest son is a type that is difficult to distinguish from "Futu no Ko" at first glance, so I was worried about the advantages and disadvantages of telling it as a "disability" in the regular class, and I also walked while hesitating.

This is a column series article in Ritalico Development Navi, which is an episode of our trial and error process and an episode with a school teacher.

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