Satisfaction of Parents about the Provision of Special Education Facilities for Their Children with Cerebral Palsied

Qazi Muhammad Naveed


Education is obligatory part of children’s socialization. Currently in Pakistan, parents are paying a great attention on the education of their children with special needs as it was neglected in past decades. The study was piloted to identify the parents’ satisfaction regarding their children with special need’s academic performance, available facilities at school campuses and in future, their expectations from their children with special needs. This study was conducted in special education institutions of district Faisalabad and in total, eighty five face to face parents’ interviews were completed with the help of a well-structured questionnaire. Mostly respondent’s children were studied at primary level. The majority of the respondents almost (94%) were satisfied with their children’s academic performance and the facilities that were available at school campuses like: trained teachers, transport facilities (74%), caregivers while more than half of the parents were not satisfied with the provision of vocational trainings at school.

Keywords: Provision of Educational facilities, children with Special needs, Parents’ satisfaction, Cerebral Palsy.

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