How parents can work with schools to better support children with special needs

Ongoing communication is essential as the child adjusts to the new school environment. PHOTO: PEXELS
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SINGAPORE - Communication is key to ensuring that students with special needs thrive in school, said school leaders and allied educators.

They encourage parents to communicate regularly with schools about their child's needs. This does not have to be limited to formal platforms such as parent-teacher meetings.

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