Authentic Social Relationships for Students with Complex Access Needs

In this video, Cheryl Jorgensen, an expert on inclusion for students with the most complex access needs, outlines how authentic and freely chosen social relationships differ from ones in which students without disabilities are compensated for spending time with students with significant cognitive disabilities. This video aligns with the Rubric of Effective Practices from TX CAN Indicator IV: Differentiated Instruction - Component 7.