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This section reports the experience of a teacher in the use of computing resources to facilitate the inclusion of disabled students: "Since 1999 I work 'of terapistadella rehabilitation in neuropsychology at a center dedicated to the recovery of children with Down syndrome and therefore characterized by disturbances of various entities' related to learning, memory and abstract ... "
TD and Disabilities
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