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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 16 2024 | None
The strategy of special education for the disabled child in Algeria between the challenges of caring and the difficulties of communication and integration
Dr. ZEMMOUR Badreddine, Pr. BENOUHIBA Nora, Dr BENAGOUNE Aissa
Pages: 232-243
Many countries and societies’ special education strategies are applied through numerous strategic curricula and mechanisms to make several adjustments to the educational means and methods, thus targeting people and individuals who are unable to keep up with normal education requirements and strategies. Special education effectively contributes to the development of individuals through participation in all spheres of society, whereby developing their practical and scientific skills. Today, tremendous efforts thereto are deployed by focusing on disabled individuals’ special education to promote their various types of communication, speech, and sensory communication to provide them with all appropriate types of language skills. Algeria is undoubtedly one of the countries that strived and keeps striving, as part of its endeavor to prepare a set of mental disability strategic and methodological mechanisms, to rehabilitate the disabled child in the institutional and societal environment, while making him a strategic partner in the educational process.
Strategy, special education, disabled child, institutional integration, social communication.