Meeting the needs: Rehabilitation therapists facing the challenges of inclusive education

Dawn Burnett
Increased popularity of the inclusive model of education where children with physical disabilities are integrated into neighbourhood schools is posing unique challenges for occupational therapists, physiotherapists, and speech-language pathologists. Researchers suggest that therapists should divest themselves of their direct treatment role and serve as consultants instructing educational personnel to apply required therapy. The purpose of this study was to examine therapists' perspectives of their working lives to identify the challenges they encounter delivering rehabilitation services...
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