Mild Intellectual Disability, Bilingual, TISIPfSEN, Special Education and Training SET, Special Educational Needs, Teacher of Special Education
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The aim of this report is to understand the environmental social and learning difficulties of a child with mild intellectual disability (MID) in order to intervene through the Special Education and Training (SET) programs. The research is empirical and bibliographic. It carries on the field of special education and uses records from a case study conducted on a 9-year-old boy of Albanian origin with diagnosed learning disabilities by the Center for Mental Hygiene. The boy studies in a general 6th-grade primary school in the province of South Peloponnese. In this report presents the actions of the family and people of its friendly environment, as parents do not speak Greek well to address the childs’ difficulties. Moreover, the methodology of this research refers to the 5-month Targeted Individual Structured and Integrated Program for students with Special Educational needs (TISIPfSEN), which was followed in a private center of the Peloponnese, following an assessment for the special educational needs. The results of this study are that the teacher of special education may “partially” understand the special educational needs by providing some educational and psychological examinations to a bilingual student with a mild mental disability and finally the specialist pedagogue can intervene with TISIPfSEN for students with Special Educational needs in a bilingual child with mild intellectual disability