The 4-H program offers youth of all walks of life, backgrounds, and circumstances the opportunity to participate and develop. Youth with special abilities require additional attention, knowledge, skills, and abilities to effectively work together. Below are some fact sheets with information and suggestions to consider as Extension Educators and/or volunteers working with youth with such abilities.
|AD-HD||Cystic Fibrosis||Epilepsy||Spina Bifada|
|Asthma||Diabetes||Hearing Impairment||Spinal Chord Injuries|
|Autism||Down's Syndrome||Muscular Dystrophy||Tourette Syndrome|
|Cerebral Palsy||Dyslexia||Speech & Language||Visual Impairment|
Other Useful Sources
- 4-H: An Exclusively Inclusive Program Introduction
- Inclusive 4-H PowerPoint