Today is national policy such that children with disabilities should have the opportunity to be educated alongside their peers in mainstream schools. Therefore, teachers, educators and assistants in educational institutions learn how to meet the diversity of needs of children with whom they work. Also parents can choose mainstream schools that are close to their place of residence, so that all their children go to school together with children from the local environment. In this way, children with various disabilities in no way be separated or labeled as "different." They become visible, an integral part of their local community, teaching and playing together with their peers and brothers / sisters. It is notable that, especially at an early age, children with disabilities from autism spectrum attending local kindergartens, playgrounds and elementary schools with various forms of additional support.
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