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  1. Apr 22, 2022 · Children with developmental disabilities (DD) often have increased needs for health care and services. (Published March 24, 2022) Articles by Year 2022 Behavioral and Socioemotional Outcomes of the Legacy for Children™ Randomized Control Trial to Promote Healthy Development of Children Living in Poverty, 4 to 6 Years Postintervention.

  2. Infants and toddlers with cerebral palsy and other physical disabilities often experience difficulties participating in their daily activities/routines due to impairments in mobility and positioning as well as other neurological limitations ( Chung et al., 2008 ).

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  4. Jan 04, 2012 · Zero to Three Journal, 31 (4), 24 - 29. Google Scholar Buysse, V., Bailey, D. B. ( 1993 ). Behavioral and developmental outcomes in young children with disabilities in integrated and segregated settings: A review of comparative studies. Journal of Special Education, 26, 434 - 461. Google Scholar | SAGE Journals

    • Samuel L. Odom, Virginia Buysse, Elena Soukakou
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  5. Nov 07, 2011 · Young children with multiple disabilities have unique needs and challenges. Many of these young children struggle to communicate their wants and needs, to freely move their body to access and engage their world, and to learn abstract concepts and ideas.

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  6. The authors investigate the nature of child play for young children with disabilities using two different research models--the traditional psychoeducational research paradigm and the more recent interdisciplinary approach of the childhood studies paradigm.

    • Michelle Buchanan, Tricia Giovacco Johnson
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  7. Peers: Peers who do not have disabilities can model positive prosocial and communication skills and demonstrate everyday routines that young children with disabilities can imitate. Classmates can also help children develop social relationships and increase their motivation to be part of classroom activities.

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