Departmental Bulletin Paper Status and Problems of the Education System for Physically Disabled Children in Japan
日本における肢体不自由児教育制度の現状と課題

山本, 智子  ,  Tomoko, YAMAMOTO

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The present paper examines the status of the education system for physically disabled children in Japan and its problems, based on the viewpoint of respect for children’s independence.The education system for physically disabled children places emphasis on respect for the independence of children with physical disabilities, including the “time for independent activities”. In the field of health care, in which collaboration with the education system for physically disabled children is essential, efforts are being made to secure children’s right to participate, guaranteed by the Convention on Rights of the Child, to respect the independence of children with disorders and disabilities, and facilitate development and wellbeing.The education system for physically disabled children is required to collaborate further with health care-related fields, including medical care, through encouraging respect for the independence of children with disorders and disabilities by ensuring children’s right to participation. It is necessary for the education system for physically disabled children to collaborate with the field of health care more closely through the promotion of respect for the independence of children with disorders and disabilities by ensuring children’s right to participate.
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