My sons daycare class has just got an intensive support teacher who works along side his usual teacher. Just wondering what an intensive support worker is actually there for. Is there a particular purpose or is she just a teacher?
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09-05-2013 13:34 #1Senior Member
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What is an intensive support worker in childcare?
09-05-2013 14:44 #2
I'm not 100% sure but I'm assuming that maybe they have a special needs child that needs requires extra care, therefore they need an extra carer.
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