The basic premise of Scouting for youth with special needs is that every boy wants to participate fully and be respected like every other member of the troop. While there are, by necessity, troops exclusively composed of Scouts with disabilities, experience has shown that Scouting usually succeeds best when every boy is part of a patrol in a regular troop.
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disAbility Challenge 2010
Individual Scout Achievement Plan, No. 512-936
Guide to Working With Scouts With Special Needs and DisABILITIES, No. 510-071
Individual Scout Achievement Plan
Request for Registration Beyond Age of Eligibilty, No. 512-935
Scouting for Youth With Disabilities Manual, No. 34059