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Mainstreaming : the story of Jessica Palmer

By: Finlayson, Tom.
Publisher: [Auckland, NZ] Images Inc. NZ 1992Description: 1. The parents' experience : 27 mins. 2. The School's experience : 19 mins.Subject(s): BRAIN DAMAGE | PROFOUND INTELLECTUAL AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | PARENTS | NEW ZEALAND | MAINSTREAMING | INCLUSIVE EDUCATION | SCHOOLS | CHILDREN
Contents:
The Parents' Experience: 1. Finding out 2. Coming to terms 3. Education decisions 4. Hurdles, successes and the future The School's Experience: 1. The School Day 2. Assessment and goal setting
Summary: A "near-miss" cot death left Jessica Palmer with severe brain damage. Although she has a profound intellectual handicap she attends her local school. This video shows Jessie at school, in the community, at therapy sessions, and interviews the headmaster, her teachers, the teacher aide, and her parents.Summary: ACC 241* "Smiling Again" is a shorter version of this DVDSummary: Copied from video by the dub shop
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Item type Current location Call number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
DVD IHC Library
440.1 FIN (Browse shelf) Available W002988
Reference IHC Library
440.1 FIN (Browse shelf) Not For Loan 27285B
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A "near-miss" cot death left Jessica Palmer with severe brain damage. Although she has a profound intellectual handicap she attends her local school. This video shows Jessie at school, in the community, at therapy sessions, and interviews the headmaster, her teachers, the teacher aide, and her parents.

ACC 241* "Smiling Again" is a shorter version of this DVD

Copied from video by the dub shop

Replicated from master copy lent to the library by Tom Finlayson

Funded by the Holdsworth Trust

The Parents' Experience:
1. Finding out
2. Coming to terms
3. Education decisions
4. Hurdles, successes and the future
The School's Experience:
1. The School Day
2. Assessment and goal setting

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