Special Needs Volunteer Orientation Guide

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Special needs ministry is a fast-growing area of need in churches. Proper preparation and training of volunteers is absolutely essential to ensuring that special needs children have a positive experience at church and feel God's love for them through their time in class.

This 18-page training tool offers everything you need to prepare volunteers for the privilege of special needs ministry. Let the insights that we've pulled together here provide encouragement and direction for his or her important role in the life of the special needs children who will come through your doors.

Table of Contents:

Extend The Sacred Gift of Friendship
You have the unique and wonderful privilege of fully embracing people with disabilities.
The editors of 'Christianity Today'

How Would Jesus Minister?
Don't look at the problem to be solved but the life to be loved.
Amy Julia Becker

Meeting Needs: A Brief Overview
Three ways to show you care for disabled people and their families.
Tony Welty

Sample Job Description: Children's Special Needs Volunteer
Developed by the United Methodist Church of North Texas

Sample Duties and Responsibilities: Special Needs Buddy
Developed by Key Ministry

Sample Special Needs Privacy Covenant
Developed by Key Ministry

Identifying Special Needs
Information about common disabilities.
Shannon Dingle

Emphasize Worth and Abilities
What to say and not to say when talking to people with disabilities and their families.
Jackie Mills-Fernald

What Should I Do if a Child ... ?
Suggestions for handling difficulties related to a child's disability.
Shannon Dingle
Checklist for Teachers
What to consider as you strive to create positive classroom experiences for your students.
Jackie Mills-Fernald

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