Ensuring inclusion into the school of a girl child through Social Case Work intervention

Kamlesh Kumar Sahu, Martina Nongmin



Borderline mental functioning/disability is technically a cognitive impairment; however, this group have not a diagnosable mental disability to be eligible for specialized services even though they comprise a greater percentage of the population than do children with the diagnosable developmental delays. Parenting of a child with special need particularly of a child with borderline disability can be more challenging apart from that there are various issues and concerns including inclusion in school, where psychosocial intervention is required; social case work interventions might be a good choice for a better outcome. This case report is a demonstration of the same.


borderline mental functioning; disability; inclusion; social casework; intervention; inclusive education

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