International epilepsy congress. 18. New Delhi (IND), 1989-10.
Children with epilepsy should be placed in the least restrictive schooling environment so that social, emotional, and educational requirements can be met in a setting best suited to the individual's present needs and future development.
Personal assessment and monitoring of progress form an equally important part of a child's educational program in integrated schools, but there is a need to develop suitable instruments to assist teachers in their assessments and decision making.
In Australia, the National Epilepsy Association has developed an « Alert Kit » based on the Epilepsy Foundation of Americas « School Alert Kit » to provide basic medical information on epilepsy to teachers and pupils.
Mots-clés Pascal : Océanie, Homme, Epilepsie, Programme enseignement, Scolarisation, Australie, Milieu scolaire, Enfant, Système nerveux pathologie, Organisation santé
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Oceania, Human, Epilepsy, Educational program, School enrollment, Australia, School environment, Child, Nervous system diseases, Public health organization
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