Source: The Indian Express
With remote learning resuming in Delhi government schools after the summer break and commotion through the second Covid-19 wave, resource persons have been directed to ensure strict application of home-based learning interferences for students with disabilities.
To ensure the continuity of learning, resource persons have been directed to design magazine Home-Based Intervention Plans for each individual student in their respective allocated schools. These plans are to be divided either subject-wise or skill-wise depending on the current functioning of the child.
For skill-wise plans — for students with intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, multiple disabilities or severe hearing loss — the activities will include personal care and grooming, functional academics, domestic skills, recreational skills, art and craft, and pre-vocational skills.
These plans are to be communicated by the resource persons to the student’s caregivers, and should also be custom-made to the ability of the caregivers to implement