What if the individual is unable to speak for themselves? If the student (or individual) cannot communicate, how to obtain their input before we introduce a potentially intrusive intervention? Do you think that inventions can jeopardize a person's individual rights?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 10, 2019, 7:26 am ad1c9bdddf
I would think that if an individual is so disabled that they cannot communicate in anyway then they must have some kind of advocate or caregiver who looks out for their best interests. With PPTs, IEPs, and all the other legal requirements in place, it is unlikely this student will have made it this far in school without someone looking out for them. It is highly likely that they are entered into some kind of program that best fits their needs already, so adding ...
This solution offers opinions on the implementation of a new intervention when student opinions about it cannot be obtained. It suggests that severely disabled students will have an advocate to protect their individual rights.