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SOC803 is an international experiential placement course offered by the Ryerson Sociology Department to Sociology and other selected Faculty of Arts students.It is taught for one month in May at the Every Child Counts School (ECC) for children with special needs, located in Marsh Harbour, Abaco, in the northern Bahamas.
Recently the Bahamian Government signed the United Nations International Convention on Disability Rights and has passed a new Bahamian Disability Act and created a Disability Commission, all of which will profoundly change the lives of children and adults with special needs.
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The placements, course students and volunteers (Social Work, Early Childhood Studies, Sociology and other Arts students) travel and live in Abaco, the Bahamas every spring for 4-10 weeks.
They provide direct classroom support for the ECC School, including educational resources, lesson planning, preparation for the Special Olympics and the development of informational newsletters, community disability awareness and anti-bullying programmes.