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Challenges in Accessing Health Care Management for People with Disability in Pakistan

This study examines how the lives of disabled people are challenged physically, financially and due to specialists’ attitudes towards them while accessing health care management in disability centers of Rawalpindi andIslamabad. These challenges must be accommodated them in society and uphold their rights by enabling the disabled with a peaceful and productive life. Moreover, for …

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Online Classes and Motivation of Special Students at Higher Education Level during Covid-19: Phenomenological Study of Inclusive Education

This phenomenologicalstudy was conducted during the COVID19 outbreak to explore the impact of the pandemic situation on physically special students studying at university level. Special emphasis was given to the aspect of motivation of special students at higher levels during COVID-19. For this purpose, a sample of 19 students from two universities of Islamabad, Pakistan …

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Effects of Parental Sign Language on Academic Achievements of Children with HI in Inclusive

This study was aimed to find out the level of parental expertise in sign language and its role for academic achievements of children with HI (HI). The study was descriptive in nature. The participants of this studywere 100 children with HI and their hearing parents. Ifra Sohail,Zaman Ali

Prevalence for Identification of Learners with Certain Learning Disorders at Elementary Grade: A Case of Province of Punjab

Students with certain Learning Disorders in Punjab at elementary were the focus of this study. Regarding speaking, reading, writing, and mathematics for students with learning impairments, there may be difficulties. Students with certain Learning Disordersin Punjab were the focus of this study. Students at Punjab’s elementary schoolswere the focus of the study. Approximately 1500 pupils …

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Attitude of Hearing Impaired Students towards Inclusive Education in Pakistan

Abstract In many societies the idea of education for special needs children has been changed since last few decades. However, In many societies the idea of education for special needs children has been changed since last few decades. However, the hearing impaired students are not enjoying their educational right in inclusive class like that of …

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JIE,Vol.4, Issue 1, 2020

Awareness about Dyslexia among Public School Teachers of Muzaffarabad Maliha Nasir Challenges Faced by Higher Education Institutions in Including Students with Hearing Impairment. Abdul Hameed, Qurrat-ul-Ain Comparison of Pedagogical Approaches as Perceivedby the Teachers of Special and Regular Schools Humara Bano, Maria Sohaib Qureshi, Munawar Ahmed Malik Enabling Inclusion of Students with Visual Impairment at …

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JIE Vol 2, Issue 1, 2018

JIE Vol 2, Issue 1, 2018 has been published. Table of Contents An Exploratory Study of preferred Learning Styles of visually Impaired Children Shaista Majid & Sumaira Chaudhary   Analysis of Syntax Errors in Written Language of 8th Grade Students with Hearing ImpairmentIrum Batool & Abdul Hameed   Effects of In-Service Teacher Training on Students’Psychological Development …

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