Social Services Case Study: A Child with Cerebral Palsy Brandy is a young individual who would absolutely benefit, along with her family and educators, from Ontario’s community resources. Brady White is the youngest and only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. White. Here brothers, who are assumed to be not developmentally disabled mentally or physically, are fourteen, eleven and nine years of age. Brandy’s education and development is in question: she has cerebral palsy and a mild intellectual disability. In Kindergarten, she is perceived by her teachers and administration as being “aggressive,” with angry episodes and outbursts that have made her school experience hard on her, her family and the people who teach Brandy. Her parents think that the...The end:
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