School guide to supporting marginalized caregivers of children with disabilities

Find out how schools can support student’s caregivers in difficult life circumstances

7-ամյա աղջիկն ու իր մայրիկը խոտի վրա նստած զրուցում են
UNICEF Armenia/2016/Pirozzi

Highlights

Inclusion is most effective when schools create a culture that celebrates diversity and builds on the strengths of each student. Family engagement may look different from school to school, and it is important for schools to support families in a variety of ways, not just relying on one method.

This guide aims to help schools to identify specific needs faced by families of children with disabilities that are in a vulnerable situation, identify challenges they face to meeting these needs, as well as solutions and resources that address these challenges.

It is part of a set of resources, produced by UNICEF, for caregivers of children with disabilities, their teachers and schools.

Աղջիկը գրատախտակին արև է նկարում
Author(s)
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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Languages
Armenian

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