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SEL Practices: Working with Students with Disabilities

By Staff from The David P. Weikart Center for Youth Program Quality

“Children with cerebral palsy are no different than any other child. They want to fit in, make friends, and be accepted by peers. Yet, due to their disorder, some kids with cerebral palsy may develop emotional issues when daily challenges arise.” - Cerebral Palsy Guidance

SEL Practices: Working with Students with Disabilities

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A range of resources can help you plan your SEL work. If you are working with students with disabilities, specifically students with cerebral palsy, please see the related resources provided by Cerebral Palsy Guidance.

This site provides ideas and practices to address bullying, emotion management, therapy methods and much more!

Learn more about the best practices for social and emotional learning.

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