Loneliness in Children with Disabilities

Pavri, Shireen
July 2001
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jul/Aug2001, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p52
Academic Journal
Examines loneliness in children with disabilities. Consequences of loneliness; Incidence of loneliness in disabled children; Techniques for detecting and dealing with loneliness in school; Development of school-based interventions for students experiencing loneliness. INSET: How Does Loneliness Affect Children with Disabilities?.


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