HDFS 208 A - Child Fam with Special Needs
Multi-disciplinary approach to the study of issues related to exceptional children and their families. Explores social, emotional, and economic aspects of exceptionality for both children and families; examines processes of identification, intervention, and integration of children who deviate significantly from developmental norms. Designed for students studying child development, early childhood education, special education, social work, nursing and other disciplines involved with children who have special needs and their families. Recommended for students preparing for internships and careers as Child Life Specialists. Course Information: Prerequisite: HDFS 105.
Seats may be reserved by class level or major.
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Undergraduate