13 Disabilities (Visual Impairment (Traumatic brain injury (Speech or…
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Conductive Hearing Loss is caused by damage , Sensorineural Hearing Loss is caused by damage to the inner ear, Mixed Hearing Loss, and Central Hearing Disorders are the results of a disorder or dysfunction in the central auditory system
The U.S. Department of Education reports 5,971,495 students receiving special education services in the 2003-2004 school year. Of that number, roughly 1.2%, or 71,903 students, received special education services based on a classification of hearing impairments.
Teachers of the Hearing Impaired are specially trained educators who provide educational support to the student, the family, and other educators. Speech-Language Pathologists provide treatment for speech and language disorders. Audiologists are professionals who diagnose, treat, and manage individuals with hearing loss. Interpreters are specially training individuals who relay to the student anything that is said in the class by employing communication processes such as repetition, sign language, fingerspelling, body language, and verbal expression.
If a student is evaluated and scores an IQ of 70 or lower, he or she is considered to have an intellectual disability. difficulties with memory recall, task and skill generalization, and these students may demonstrate a tendency towards low motivation and learned helplessness, difficulties with conceptual skills, social skills and practical skills. Individuals with intellectual disabilities also often exhibit deficits in self-determination skills as well, including skill areas such as choice making, problem solving, and goal setting.
The U.S. Department of Education reports 5,971,495 students receiving special education services in the 2003-2004 school year. Of that number, 9.6%, or 573,264 students, received special education services based on a classification of intellectually disabled.
Teach one concept at a time, teach in small groups and have one on ones, teach step by step Use physical and verbal prompting to guide correct responses, and provide specific verbal praise to reinforce these responses
share deficits in five distinct areas of development: intellectual functioning, adaptive skills, motor skills, sensory functioning, and communication skills.
Specific steps to success need to be identified, and timelines set for each educational objective. In addition, resources and supports needed for the student to achieve his goals should be defined and addressed.
The U.S. Department of Education reports 5,971,495 students receiving special education services in the 2003-2004 school year. Of that number, roughly 2.2%, or 132,333 students, received special education services based on a classification of multiple disabilities.
Spastic: tight muscles, Athetoid: movements are contorted, abnormal, and purposeless , Ataxic: poor balance and equilibrium in addition to uncoordinated voluntary movement , Mixed
special seating, awareness of medical condition and its affect on the student,Instruction focused on development of gross and fine motor skills
The U.S. Department of Education reports 5,971,495 students receiving special education services in the 2003-2004 school year. Of that number, roughly 1.1%, or 68,188 students, received special education services based on a classification of orthopedic impairments.
IDEA lists it as asthma, attention deficit disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, diabetes, epilepsy, cardiac conditions, hemophilia, leukemia, rheumatic fever, sickle cell anemia, and nephritis.
Clearly define your goal, develop objectives to achieve, define the actions necessary to achieve the desired outcome
7.6% or 452,045 students, received special education services based on a classification of other heath impairments. It is estimated that from 2 to 9% of all children are identified as having the condition..
academic problems, poor motor abilities, written language problems, social skill deficit, disorders of attention
The U.S. Department of Education reports that there are over 2.8 million students being served for specific learning disabilities. This number of students is approximately 47.4% of all children receiving special education services.
collaborate with special ed teacher, repeat information, go slow, be organized
articulation: production of speech sounds, fluency: stuttering or cluttering and voice disorders
Help to learn proper production of speech sound, help to improve their voice quality, general ed teacher should incorporate learning strategies with the child's pathologist
More than one-half (55.2%) of all 3-, 4-, and 5-year olds with a disability receive speech and language services.
"the silent epidemic," speech,hearing,vision impairment,behavioral/emotional symptoms and difficult social skills development
provide repetition, environment needs to be distraction-free, avoid figurative language, teach compensatory strategies for increasing memory
There are three age periods for TBI to occur in : birth to 5 years of age, 15-24 years of age, and over 70 years of age. About 80,000 to 90,000 of the 475,000 children who have sustained TBIs are permanently disabled from their accidents or injuries. About 180 per 100,000 children under age 15 experience TBIs and of that number, 5% to 8% experience severe TBIs.
poor eye-hand coordination, clumsiness, poor academic performence
give students alternative format ( larger font), have the student sit up front, be clear with verbal communication, be consistent with the routine
In 2009, 93,600 students are visually impaired or blind; 55,200 students are legally blind; 5,500 are braille readers
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By: Kaylee Isom