Special Needs Children Need Peers with Strong Language Skills

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By Alabama News Network

A new study finds preschoolers with special needs benefit when they are surrounded by peers who have strong language skills.

Researchers from Ohio found the opposite was also true -- when special needs children were surrounded by children with weak language skills, their language development suffered.  

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