In Italy since 1977 all children with disabilities have had the right to go to school in common classes. A right that has become increasingly strong and which concerns primary and secondary schools. In Lombardia, however, there are still numerous special schools that are attended by about 900 children who require strong support. A situation that is not found in any other region of Italy. These are almost always rehabilitation centers that offer, along with intensive treatments, the opportunity of attending school within the facility. Parents who choose the special school, as well as doctors and social workers who follow them, cannot imagine how good their children may feel in school together with their classmates without disabilities, despite the fact that Italian School has been for more than 40 years, though many difficulties, a good example of inclusion. Plus, at the end of the school they only have the chance to go to specialized centers and, after some years, to live in Nursing Homes.