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The "People Power" Disability-Serious Illness-Senior Citizen Superbook: Book 7. Special Education 2 (Disabled Children At School, LD People Go to College, Mentally Challenged Jobs) By Tony Kelbrat
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The system has created a standard for normal intelligence and anyone who doesn't fit this definition is branded as mentally challenged, autistic or learning disabled in some way. Human life is big... More > and abundant. The school system's definition of normal intelligence is narrow. Any individual's purpose in life is to become who they are naturally born to be. Some kids are great with animals. They have a special touch. Some are born creative, esthetic, athletic, visionary, sociable, good with their hands, etc. but they're not inspired or naturally good at the normal definition of intelligence. It doesn't mean they're stupid or inferior. It just means they have their own talents that do not fit into the standard skills of a grade school education. This is why I'm telling all parents of kids who don't seem to be successful at a normal grade school that you can't believe everything the supposed mental health experts and school authorities say about your child.< Less
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A cat cannot be a lawful service animal under the Americans With Disabilities Act but can be under 504, the Air Carriers Access Act and the Fair Housing Act. Also, cats qualify as permitted... More > reasonable accommodations, adjustments or modifications for persons with disabilities under the law. This book explains U.S. and other nations' laws related to access to airlines, residential communities and businesses for access and therapy cats. The legal sections, preliminary training steps 7 and 8, of this book are complex and you may wish to obtain help in understanding it. The other sections of the book are written in a simple checklist format to enable you to train your cat if you meet the general trainer qualifications. If you are not a senior, a person recovering from a health challenge, a child or adult with a disability, or an associate or relative of such persons, you can skip the disability sections of this book. It is hoped this book will help maximize the human-feline bond between you and your cat.< Less