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The text emphasizes an ecological approach to special education, focusing on increasing awareness of the exceptional child as an individual who is influenced by and must cope with family, peers, school, and society.
Part I: INTRODUCTION, HISTORY, AND SOCIAL FORCES IN SPECIAL EDUCATION. 1. Children with Exceptionalities and Their Families. 2. Children with Exceptionalities and Social Institutions: Government, Schools, and the Courts. Part II: HIGH-INCIDENCE EXCEPTIONALITIES. 3. Early Intervention Supports and Services. 4. Children with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD). 5. Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. 6. Children with Learning Disabilities. 7. Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorders. 8. Children with Emotional and Behavior Disorders. 9. Children with Communication, Language, and Speech Disorders. 10. Children Who Have Special Gifts and Talents. Part III: LOW-INCIDENCE EXCEPTIONALITIES. 11. Children Who Are Deaf and Hard of Hearing. 12. Children with Visual Impairments. 13. Children with Physical Disabilities, Health Impairments, and Multiple or Severe Disabilities.