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The Epidemic Impact Of COVID-19 And Its Related Limitations On Educational Problems And Psychological Care Of Children With Special Needs By Parents / Family
Farnaz Keshavarz Mohammadi *
Master Of Assessment & Evaluation (Psychometrics ), Islamic Azad University , Central Tehran Branch
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Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of COVID-19 epidemic and its related limitations on educational problems and psychological care of children with special needs by parents / families.
Method: Method for the present study was searched from a review by keywords in websites and magazines, and quarterly journals. Abstracts of published articles were studied and finally,  18 final articles were selected for comprehensive review and data extraction.
Findings: The findings of this study showed that children with special needs according to the problems that we mentioned above were faced with academic failure due to the prevalence of corona in the world, . Also, these children are in terms of mental health and the stress and anxiety that is created for them
Conclusion: The results showed that COVID-19 epidemic had a negative impact on students' education and people's use of virtual education leads to  disrupted people's learning and also access to the necessary facilities for virtual education was not possible for many people and the  virus has also had a negative psychological effect on children.
Keywords: COVID-19 Epidemic, Academic Problems, Psychological Care, Children with Special Needs
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