Caregivers Guide to Inclusive Education

A set of solutions for parents to better support their children in inclusive education

Mother sitting on a chair and holding her daughter on her lap
UNICEF Armenia/2020/Grigoryan


Caregivers of children with disabilities play a crucial role in supporting their learning and development. At times, you have to navigate the education system to support or facilitate your child’s effective participation at school, which has been impacted by the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic and remote learning.

With the support of the Global Partnership for Education, UNICEF has put together this guidebook to help you understand your child’s rights and learning needs in an inclusive education setting and be able to respond to them through tried methods, while also understand and take care of your own needs.

The guidebook includes a number of tools and references for your use to overcome learning-related challenges. It is part of a set of resources, produced by UNICEF, for caregivers of children with disabilities, their teachers and schools.

Caregiver playing with a girl with disability
UNICEF Europe and Central Asia Regional Office (ECARO) with UNICEF Office of Research-Innocenti, in partnership with UNICEF Armenia, Republican pedagogical-psychological centre
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