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Physical health impairments and regular ed teachers

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What would a job description include for a position in teaching students with PHI?
What education do regular educators need to meet the needs of students with PHI?

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The term physical health impairments (PHI) covers a lot of ground, and includes a diversity of conditions, caused by various things - congenital defect, disease, and accident or trauma.

Given the wide diversity of PHI cases and causes, a "regular" educator would need instruction in many of the aspects of special education that teachers especially certified in Special Education as an educational field would need and recieve. This would include physical therapy, and social and emotional intervention training to address ...

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Discussion of regular education teacher's role in dealing with students with physical health impairments, and what the law requires.

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