What are some jobs that could help disable children?

I really want to help these children and i want a job that pays good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Asked By: *~NotsoSHY~* - 3/8/2008
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special education teacher... More
Answered By: MeInThisWorld - 3/10/2008
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You should Check out Occupational Therapy. It is a great field and in high demand right now. You can work in the schools, or in a rehab center or in a group home. There are so many options. You would be helping them with fine motor(writing,cutting ect.) Gross Motor(running, walking,crawling) sensory motor(... More
Answered By: angel baby - 3/8/2008
i know you can at high schools but i dont know the pay
Answered By: Girly Girl - 3/8/2008
School psychology, speech/language therapist, physical therapist, audiologists, adaptive technology specialists and occupational therapist (as previously mentioned) come to my mind and pay more than a special education teacher. Sometimes much, much more.
Answered By: Elizabeth S - 3/8/2008
Why does it have to be children? They don't outgrow it. If you want a job that pays a lot of money, stay in school until you have a Master's degree in therapy, special education or social work. .
Answered By: Kacky - 3/8/2008
What is really needed is a doctor or physician that focuses on special needs student's especially for young adults. After special needs student's leave the "pediatrician" stage, doctors are sometimes at a loss of how to treat them.
Answered By: Sara G - 3/8/2008
Helping disabled children, and a job that pays well are mutually exclusive, Im afraid!
Answered By: ESes - 3/8/2008
Teach them all to read, type and become computer literate. then teach them to trade over the internet. Great money - good work and no slave labour.
Answered By: tothebatmobilerobin - 3/9/2008
Go all the way through college and get an EdS, Ph D. or Ed D. in Leadership or Administration. Work your way up as a special education teacher, assistant principal over special education, then become a principal. From there you can work at the county office as the Director of Special Education overseeing all special... More
Answered By: SPED teacher - 3/9/2008
I believe the job that helps disabled children the most are teachers; special education teachers, speech/language therapist (who often are also teachers). While there are other occupations that help indirectly, a teacher works very closely day to day with the student, so they ultimately have the biggest impact on the... More
Answered By: cindra - 3/9/2008
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