I Belong Special

Until now there has been a very ad-hoc approach to ensuring that children of all abilities can sit alongside one another and engage in the same faith formation, each according to their own way of being and knowing.

For children with Intellectual Disabilities visual language which is used to support learning and communication, has to be one that does not have too much information to process, yet enables them to share in the message and activities that each chapter presents.

Structure and continuity is vital when catechising a child with cognitive and Intellectual Disabilities. Rather than teach, this resource will enable you to mediate information by following a set process and structure.

The program incorporates special education teaching and learning techniques to ensure that all children will enjoy an accessible journey towards receiving the gift of the Eucharist

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