I am a teacher in a Multi-handicapped Severe/Intensive Special Needs Class. The class consists of 7 special needs children with a variety of neurological, medical and physical disorders, eg. Spastic quadraplegia, cerebral palsy, seizure disorders, cytomegalio virus, vesicoureteral reflux, hearing impairments, absence of rostrum of corpus callosum, behavioral disorders, communication disorders, eye/sight problems and feeding issues (diet/feeding G-tube). The children are in wheelchairs and require lifting, proper positioning and stretching and strength exercises. I facilitate a comprehensive communication program during each activity, throughout the day. The staff and I teach the children “Intellikeys and Boardmaker” and other programs with switch devises. We are all trained in ALS (aided language stimulation), VOCA (switch/latch timers devises) devises, augmentative language communication and simple signing, PT stretching, equipment usage, lifting techniques, seizure protocol, CPR, CPI and first aid. The field is rewarding and there is so much to learn. The learning process is never-ending.