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Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
Disovering his Voice
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Disovering his Voice

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  • 1. c
  • 2. …“Experts” focusing on limitations to thepoint of telling parents what to hope anddream.… “Experts” assuming that if a personcannot walk or talk, he/she has lowcognitive ability and little potential forlearning.
  • 3. $25,000
  • 4. Learning Vision 2013 By graduation day, Ben will learn the skills to …a) Respond appropriately and accurately via communication device when asked how he feels or what he wants;b) Read (at some level) using a computer and have gained basic knowledge of math, science and health topics as well as current events;c) Use a computer (with minimal assistance) that is equipped with a switch and accessible interface;d) Navigate his wheelchair (safely) in any classroom situation most (75%) of the time;e) Transfer (with assistance) from a chair to his walker without the use of a mechanical lift;f) Stand (with assistance) long enough to change his clothes;g) Sit in a classroom chair (with assistance) for as long as he wants and interact with others and his environment;h) Walk across the stage (with assistance) to receive his diploma!

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