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Soins Pédiatrie/Puériculture
Vol 32, N° 261  - juillet-août 2011
pp. 37-41
Doi : SPP-07-08-2011-32-261-1259-4792-101019-201104008
formation

L’accueil des enfants en situation de handicap dans les structures de la petite enfance
 

Mélanie Tocqueville
[1] Assistant enseignant chercheur, UPMC-Sorbonne Universités, Paris (75),

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La question de l’intégration des jeunes enfants en situation de handicap dès leur plus jeune âge interroge notre société à la fois sur la place du handicap, mais aussi sur la parentalité. Il est urgent d’entreprendre une réflexion sur la formation des professionnels de la petite enfance et sur la nécessité de l’articulation entre théories et pratiques, pour une intégration partagée par tous.

Abstract
The integration of disabled children in childcare facilities

The issue of the integration of young disabled children from early childhood questions our society both in terms of the place of disability as well as with regard to parenting. It is urgent to reflect on the training of childcare professionals and on the need to link theories and practice, to ensure everyone participates in this integration.


Mots clés : Accueil , Crèche , Formation professionnelle , Handicap , Loi , Parentalité , Petite enfance

Keywords: Childcare , Child day care centre , Disability , Early childhood , Law , Occupational training , Parenting






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