By Heather Adamson
This e-book follows a doctor in the course of the paintings day, and describes the profession and what the activity calls for.
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The Special Educational Needs and Disability Act (SENDA 2001) indicates that meeting the needs of disabled students can no longer be seen as an optional extra but should now be a core activity for all HE and FE providers. The legislation requires all HE institutions to be proactive rather than reactive in addressing the needs of disabled students, and managers and staff are being tasked with providing inclusive facilities for learning. Departments must therefore see how curricula can be adapted to meet the needs of students with disabilities.
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