Mobility Training using the MOVE� Curriculum

Whinnery, Keith W.; Barnes, Stacie B.
January 2002
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jan/Feb2002, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p44
Academic Journal
Presents an interview with a mother of an exceptional child enrolled in a mobility curriculum. Reason behind her decision to enroll her child in the mobility curriculum; Concerns regarding the child's future; Advice given by physicians. INSET: MOVE Foundations..


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