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I am a young woman born in Alma (Québec) and raised for the first half of my life in Roberval before moving back to Alma. I was raised by an uncommon family. Living with my sigle lesbian mom who was herself norn form a failed marriage, i did not have a lot of men in my life. My unusual journey throughout my childhood made me curious about other peoples difficulties and obstacles in life and made me even more drivento help those people. That is what brought her to study Specialised Education in college. My ADHD made it difficult for me in school even troughout my college life. Failling a class in my first semester and my first traineeship made me very unsure of if i wanted to continue my college degree. But i tried and pushed through it anyway. The end of my college life has yet to come and those bumps in the way making it a semester longer for me i will still give my all and try my hardest to graduate college

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How to do Cardiopulmonary Resurrection (CPR)               The following paragraph is a reminder of how to do Cardiopulmonary Resurrection, simply called CPR. CPR is a well-known technique throughout the world that can save lives. There are four sections in which it can be separated: Before the CPR, the compressions, the airway and the breathing. There are a total of 16 steps to apply to ensure a safe CPR.   Section 1: Before Applying the Technique  

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As a Special Needs counselors that are working with young children, it is needed to know how to report a case of abuse if they ever encounter one. Reporting can be a difficult process because of simply being uninformed on the subject. In the context of their job, they can ask themselves many questions about what they should report and about the obligation of reporting that comes with their job. They also may not know how to build a case and how to report it to the Director of Youth Protection.

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            In this day and age, when the knowledge about intellectual differences is more and more known, people are aware that a person can be different. There are many possible diagnostics and, sometimes, it is difficult to understand them well. Each diagnostic has special needs and it is important, as a Special Educator, but also as a society to know some of them. Asperger's Syndrome is one of the multiple diagnostics that Special Educator work with. The following text will briefly explain what it is and how to make contact with a person who has Asperger's Syndrome.

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I am a young woman born in Alma (Québec) and raised for the first half of my life in Roberval before moving back to Alma. I was raised by an uncommon family. Living with my sigle lesbian mom who was herself norn form a failed marriage, i did not have a lot of men in my life.

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