Working with children with physical impairments poses a challenge of recognizing the unique human qualities of an individual child, rather than seeing only the problems of the impairment. Because practitioners are used to problem solving, they instinctively look for problems in every situation — they may focus on physical impairment, and miss crucial developmental needs.
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