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...Disabilities "are defined as physical and mental limitations that come along with different health problems and diseases. There are many barriers which a differently abled person is faced with everyday of his/her life. Some are physical barriers, which include lack of access to places, transport and support services and medical care. Then there are financial barriers like lower wage jobs and no health insurance. To make things tougher most people with disabilities do not have adequate and appropriate information on health and support services that might be beneficial to them. To call a person "disabled" sounds derogatory and reflects on our pride and lack... According to The Department of Justice,...
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Learning disabilities
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...disabilities encompass the highest number with special needs in the US (Tzuriel & Samuels, 2000). The basic criteria used to pinpoint students with learning disabilities include: difficulties in specific cognitive processes, particularly those thought to be inherited brain dysfunctions; cognitive problems that interfere with students’ academic accomplishments to the extent special education is required and where cognitive troubles are not as a result of other disabilities, for instance, visual impairment, hearing loss, or mental retardation (Graves & Ward, 2012). By and large, students with learning disabilities exhibit poor performance... in certain regions of academic curricula while also...
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Reading disabilities
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...disabilities. It aims to establish specific actions by which we can evaluate a child’s reading skill to give them the appropriate and effective reading program. The need to teach reading is very important and urgent, as studies have found that the consequences of low reading proficiency are detrimental for a child’s mental and emotional development. The key question that the author is addressing is: what are the existing programs that will help students with reading disabilities to overcome their disability. The article attempts to evaluate, not just describe... , the existing instructional practices for teaching word reading to students with reading disabilities. It finds...
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Emotional Disabilities
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...Disabilities Many issues such concerning children with emotional disabilities need to have clear parameters when it comes to history, definitions and the theoretical models used to view emotional disabilities especially in conjunction with learning. Relying on mere observation, a teacher cannot readily identify a child with emotional disability. According to Theresa Ochoa, an assistant professor of special education, teachers who expect that students with emotional and behavioral disorders could behave on their own are using a wrong premise, "because emotional disabilities with these students are not readily apparent or visible" (Doty, 2003). The crucial issue for teachers and federal... Emotional...
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Intellectual Disabilities
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...disabilities in order to provide an overview of this type of disability. It also looks at specific aspects of the disability with an educational perspective. Firstly the development of the definition of intellectual disabilities is presented and some of the more common ways of defining intellectual disabilities. Some data is presented to give a general idea of the prevalence of intellectual disabilities. Then an attempt is made to show how intellectual disabilities are assessed and classified in children. The causes of intellectual disabilities are discussed including the association between poverty and incidence of intellectual disabilities. Difficulties... with assessment and classification...
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Learning disabilities
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...Disabilities (LD) is an included deficit in level and slope of academic performance as assessed by curriculum-based measurement, deficit in phonological core process, and failure to respond to validated treatment protocols. According to the IDEA2004, learning disabilities are diagnosed when a student has a disorder in one or more of the basic psychological process involved in understanding or using language, which may manifest itself in difficulties in reading, writing, listening or attempting mathematical problems. Consistent with the IDEA definition, most states and districts require three criteria to be met in order to classify a student as having learning disability: A demonstrated... Learning...
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Intellectual Disabilities
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...Disabilities of Intellectual Disabilities Introduction Globally, people are endowed with varying abilities. They also develop at varying rate. However, there are also people who find it hard to learn new knowledge or skills maybe because they suffer from intellectual disability (Woodcock & Vialle, 2010). Persons with intellectual disabilities experience diverse health conditions and social problems throughout their life span. Intellectual disabilities affect a person and their family during their childhood, as they make transitions to adolescence and adulthood. Moreover, intellectual disabilities affect individuals during aging. Understanding intellectual disability is critical... ? Intellectual...
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Learning Disabilities
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...disabilities (LD). Many current studies focus on a wide range of topics related to LD starting from LD identification to specific interventions which are proved to be effective working with such students. This topic becomes even more significant due to the fact that more and more educators try to create inclusive environment and teach students with special needs in general classrooms (Rea et al.). This paper will present a general overview of current debate related to LD in literature with a purpose to increase awareness about the issue and promote... Educators need to find a special approach to each student to make education effective. It becomes a challenge working with students who have learning...
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Learning Disabilities
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...DISABILITIES Article Review: "Peer Groups, Popularity, and Social Preference: Trajectories of Social Functioning among Students with and without Learning Disabilities" Date Peer Groups, Popularity, and Social Preference It has been recognized by federal law that classrooms that offer the least restrictive environment and positive peer relationships are most beneficial for students diagnosed with learning disabilities (LDs). From previous research, it has been determined that "elementary age students with LD tend to have higher rates of social isolation and are at risk for poor interpersonal relationships (p. 5)." In the article "Peer Groups... Running head: SOCIAL STATUS WITH LEARNING...
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Learning disabilities
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...disabilities encompass the highest number with special needsin the US (Tzuriel & Samuels, 2000). The basic criteria used to pinpoint students with learning disabilities include: difficulties in specific cognitive processes, particularly those thought to be inherited brain dysfunctions; cognitive problems that interfere with students’ academic accomplishments to the extent special education is required and where cognitive troubles are not as a result of other disabilities, for instance, visual impairment, hearing loss, or mental retardation (Graves & Ward, 2012). By and large, students with learning disabilities exhibit poor performance... in certain regions of academic curricula while also...
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Sensory Disabilities
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...DISABILITIES Sensory Disabilities s Above picture illustrates a Canadian blind man crossing theroad. (Horn) Sensory disabilities mean weakness or complete failure of one of the senses of the body. It also includes failure of different organs of the body due to the weakness of senses. Almost 12 per cent of the Canadians are still suffering from the disabilities of their senses. A disable person is considered to be a part of the normal Canadian society. But, certainly there are some things and situations that cannot be controlled and managed by a disable naturally disable person, as they have their own particular needs according to their disability which cannot be a need... of the normal...
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Challanging Disabilities
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...Disabilities Challenging Disabilities Introduction: Nobody wants to be born blind, deaf, or lame. No person would want to be impaired. Everybody wants to be just like everybody else in a way that he or she can do what everybody does, that is the ideal. Sadly, sometimes the ideal does not happen; disabilities occur, and when it does the society is faced with the challenge of what it is going to do. To people with disabilities, the challenge is how to live like a normal person as much as possible; normal in a way that he or she could fulfill the daily activities independently. To those who are without disabilities, the challenge is to give people with disabilities chance to prove... their worth...
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Learning Disabilities
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...Disabilities Introduction Mental health problems are rarely seen in the early years of a person’s life. For some persons with a certain mental disorder, some feelings and behaviors change over time while others rarely do. Learning disability is a disorder that affects a person’s ability to interpret what they see and hear or to link information from different parts of the brain. Although people with learning or intellectual disabilities are vulnerable to mental health problems and other psychiatric illnesses, the possibility and potential of living a happy and normal life is scientifically and socially entertained. It is understood that families cannot be there for them throughout... their...
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Healthcare and Disabilities
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...Disabilities The essay aims to address the underlying concepts between health care and disabilities and to identify the relationship between health care, disabilities, and sociology. Furthermore, this essay also reflects personal experience with health care and disabilities and how it relates to the understanding of sociology. Health Care and Disabilities Understanding Concepts of Health Care and Disabilities The sociological view of health care and disabilities relates to the concepts of cultural belief, lifestyle, and social dimension (Miscellaneous). Sociology has broadened the society’s understanding of health care and disabilities and has explained an in-depth view of life... ? Health Care and...
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People with Disabilities
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...disabilities are generally powerless, poor, stereotyped, and socially degraded. In order to gain equality in the society, it is imperative that disabled people like being what they are and others like them rather than thinking of themselves as physically incomplete (p. 22). Oppression originates in the disabled people themselves as they consider themselves inferior to the able-bodied people. The socioeconomic condition of the disabled people is characterized by being outcast (p. 23). The universally pejorative attitudes embedded in cultures suggest that to be disabled is to be abnormal. Such cultures form as a result of the legitimization of the duality... Article summary and analysis People with...
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Americans with Disabilities Act
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...Disabilities Act 1990 and 2008 Introduction Americans with Disabilities Act 1990 This is a statute enacted in the 1990 and its purpose is to eliminate all forms of discrimination against individuals with any forms of disabilities and to also ensure that the laws and statutes protecting people with disabilities are enforced without discrimination. The discrimination being mentioned here is both physical and mental and the discrimination is in different areas and sectors like transport, communication, education, employment, housing and health services among many more. The other purpose is to involve the federal government in enforcing the standards of this Act (Leonard 32... ). There are a few...
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Americans with Disabilities
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...Disabilities Act was designed to prevent any employer, public or private, or any labor union from discriminating against potential employees or members on the basis of a disability. This disability could be real or perceived, and could be physical or mental in nature. Employers are also required to make reasonable accommodations to permit disabled employees to occupy positions for which they are qualified, and the act defines the terms for those reasonable modifications. However, employers are not required to lower quality of production or other standards in order to accommodate a disabled employee. Additionally, a potential employer or labor union may not require medical... 2. The Americans with...
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Americans with Disabilities Act
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...Disabilities Act Kirkwood Community College of Section Number: Instructor Name: INTRODUCTION Employment plays a vital role in the recovery and rehabilitation of people with psychiatric disabilities. In addition to providing the substantial resource of income, work also provides daily structure and routine, social contact, meaning and purpose, as well as improves selfesteem and positively affects symptom severity (Stuart, 2006). In contemporary context, the overall emphasis in rehabilitation has shifted from mere symptom reduction to participation in meaningful social roles such as employment. As people who have no prior mental health problems may experience periods... of Proposal: Americans with...
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People with Disabilities
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...disabilities People with Disabilities People with disabilities are generally getting sympathies from others. At the time of watching a disabled person, one would think about his own abilities. For example, when we see a blind person, we will think about the importance of eye sight. On all other occasions we may not think deeply about our physical abilities. This paper analyses different problems facing by people with disabilities. Different problems facing by people with disabilities The history of disable people started from the history of human itself. In holy Bible, there are lot of examples for disabled persons. Disability appears mainly in two forms; Physical disability and mental... ? People with...
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Learning Disabilities in Nursing
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...disabilities" and the prevalence of the condition Learning disabilities can be assessed in three realms and these include: intellectual ability, legislative and social competence. When analysing learning disabilities through the intellectual ability lens, one is required to understand what the term intelligence actually is. Because the latter term may require an in depth analysis, for purposes of this paper, the most important thing to know is that intelligence can be assessed through standardised tests that have been created for this reason. In these tests, individuals are required to answer certain questions and their scores are then compared to other members... Definition of the term "learning...
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Labelling people with disabilities
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...disabilities, the role of families and organizations, and the programs and services they need to survive in a community. Labelling people with disabilities is still used extensively to verify those who are entitled to receive services, to communicate effectively and find a common ground for the evaluation of research findings, and to discover the specific needs of a particular group and distinguishes from those of another (Hardman, Drew & Egan, 2006). Families serve as a support system and founder of organizations such as the American with Disabilities Act which identifies... Human Exceptionality: School, Community, and Family in APA style of Chapter focused on the various perspectives on people with...
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Americans with disabilities act
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...Disabilities Act of Affiliation: Americans with Disabilities Act Americans with Disability Act is a civil-rights law, which prohibits any discrimination on an individual because of disability, passed by the senate in 1990 as a bill authored by Tom Halkin. The Americans with Disability act accesses similar protection as the Civil Rights Act enacted earlier offering protection to Americans against discrimination based on gender, religion, sex, or even race. However, in contrast to the Civil Rights Act, Americans with Disability Act requires that employers provide adequate accommodation to their employees with disability in addition to providing sufficient accessibility... on the requirements on...
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Learning disabilities of children
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...disabilities of children Learning disabilities can be enduring circumstances on children that in many cases, affect their lives, their relationship with their family, friends and activities in school. These disabilities are often shown in their difficulties with spoken and written language, coordination, self control or attention that often slow down their learning in reading, writing or doing math. This paper will attempt to take a closer look of the consequences of the problems caused by the learning disabilities of children to society, to the parents and to the education system. Information gathered from published articles, studies and internet sources shall be presented to understand... Learning...
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Organization Learning Disabilities
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...Disabilities Organization Learning Disabilities Introduction Competitive advantage that can be sustained originates from the ability of the organization to be faster than its competition and companies should eliminate any disabilities that affect their efficiency and effectiveness. Free markets, technological advancements and increased competition have resulted in a rise in the pace of change and identifying strategies to avoid decline, surviving and excelling requires adaptive behaviour in regards to external and internal dynamics. Organizational learning needs an awareness of the learning areas as well as management of human resources(Senge, 2006). Limitations... and opportunities of...
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Disciplining students with disabilities
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...Disabilities – Provisions of the Law Purposes for Disciplining To begin with, it is necessary to understand what exactly discipline entails when it comes to teacher-student relations. According to the course text, discipline can be referred to as the procedure adopted by teachers so as to maintain a conducive classroom environment for the purpose of learning. It has always been an assumption that discipline is used to contain and manage mis-behavior by students. However, discipline has other uses. One, the teacher has a chance to teach the students that their behavior greatly affects the well-being of others. Secondly, discipline makes students learn how to manage and control... Disciplining with...
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Workers with disabilities
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...Disabilities Executive Summary The protection of the human rights of the people suffering from disabilities and their employment has been taken up very seriously by the Federal Government of the United States. The government has passed numerous regulations and also set up many committees to safeguard the interest of the disabled. The legislations aim to ensure that both the public and the private organizations accommodate the eligible and qualified disabled individuals in their system. The workers suffering from disabilities can perform well if provided with opportunities and appropriate accommodations by their employing organizations. However, there are instances of biasness... and...
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Learning Disabilities Master Essay
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...disabilities. The main aim of this research is finding a connection between hyperactivity and obsessed interests in people with learning disabilities. There are higher chances of occurrence of epilepsy, in people with a learning disability. In people with severe learning disability, 50% of them have epilepsy. There must definitely be a link between hyperactivity and agitated behavior in people with learning disabilities, because people with both epilepsy and learning disabilities show symptoms of underlying brain dysfunction in a person... RESEARCH PROPOSAL Introduction And Research Question To explore the link between obsessed episodes of agitated behavior and hyperactivity in people with learning...
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Adults with learning disabilities
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...disability (LD) is defined as a neurological disorder. It is the result of a difference in wiring in some adults and children. Those who experience a LD may be as intelligent, or even smarter, than their cohorts, although they have difficulty with an activity/s, such as; reading, writing, spelling, recall and reasoning, as well as the organisation of learnt material (Vaughn & Fusch, 2003). Interventions to aid adult learners with LD have changed dramatically over the past century (D'Amato, Crepeau-Hobson, Huang, & Geil, 2005). This paper will critically review the development of the present day approaches to intervention to demonstrate the benefits of the social-model... the atrocities of...
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People with learning disabilities
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...DISABILITIES Social Workers' Practice with People with Learning Disabilities [Name of Writer] [Name of Institution] Abstract Variations in health care and growing stipulation of community services have ultimately resulted in a remarkable group of population well known as older people with learning disabilities arising interrogation for prospective strategies and provision of services for this group. This paper intends to bring about a brief background of the problem and proceeds to present a concise account of existing social work facilities available to the focus group and ends up with suggestions for future strategies... RUNNING HEAD: SOCIAL WORKERS' PRACTICE WITH PEOPLE WITH LEARNING...
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Americans with Disabilities Act
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...Disabilities Act One of the major responsibilities of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) is to make accommodationsfor disabled employees, under the title I of the Act. ADA makes sure that the disabled employees do not have to face discrimination by their seniors or co-workers when they are at the workplace. In order to get protection by ADA, the individual must have a disability which is defined by the Act as “a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities” (U.S. Department of Justice, 2005). All persons who have in their medical history that they have been or are going through such a disability, or people perceive him... ?The Americans with...
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TEACHING STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
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...Disabilities Teaching with Disabilities Teaching and learning started from the history of human itself. Holy Bible explains the first teaching and learning incident happened immediately after God has created the first human; Adam. God taught Adam certain principles needed to be observed in his life; however, Adam failed to learn these principles properly and committed the first sin. Adam failed to obey the instructions of God because of his inability in understanding the instructions of God properly even though he was an able human in all the other respects. The learning or grasping capacities of different people are different. Some people may have good learning capacities whereas... ? Teaching with...
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Students with Severe Disabilities
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...disable students as a matter of ‘sympathy’ and often such ‘sympathetic’ concerns of social gatherings not let the students to move ahead. But when it comes to the academic aspect, these sympathies are converted somehow towards the competitive attitude. Disability in children and adults, no matter how severe or minor they are, is an issue, which needs proper consideration. The main reason for selecting such a dynamic topic refers to the skills that I think... are essential to learn for the disabled students as such students are a way to courage and a hope of survival for the future generations to come. Such students are often underestimated and under evaluated by most of...
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Alzheimer-Related Disabilities
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...Disabilities Affiliation: Ellens retirement The Alzheimer’s disease is a degenerative disorder that affects the functioning of the brain which worsens with time to an extent that one cannot perform effectively without assistance (Poirier, et al, 2014). Ellen will therefore not be able to perform her secretarial duties as the diseases progresses as her brain will be degenerating. This therefore means that she needs to retire early and as soon as possible before the disease gets worse now that it has been diagnosed. Ellens future health care plans Ellen’s situation from the sign and symptoms explained by (Kauffman, 2008) is bound to get worse to an extent that she cannot perform some... Alzheimer-Related...
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Students with Intellectual Disabilities
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...Disabilities Areas upon Which the IEP Team Should Focus The IEP team should focus on academic preparation, cognitive performance, and social skills performance when the transition begins. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA 04) recommends age sixteen, but it often varies across states. Firstly, they should consider academic preparation and performance. Students with intellectual disabilities often lag behind in class activities and development of academic skills. Delays are evident in language skills, math, and reading comprehension (Friend, 2014, Pg. 240). Such challenges in math and reading often transfer to other courses... Transition Services for Students with Intellectual...
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Learning Disabilities Essay
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...Disabilities Introduction This study addresses an important and often overlooked subject, ageing with a lifelong disability, such as learning disability. It deals with an area of major tension for social work policy, namely how best to plan for the lives of people whose needs and circumstances commonly fall into the interstices separating disability services and services for older citizens (Bland et al., 2003, 323-324). It is a dilemma that has not yet been satisfactorily resolved, not least because the challenges involved have been far from adequately deconstructed. Background Comprehensive population based studies (Cooper, 1998... What are the Health and Social Care Needs of Older People with Learning...
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Treating learning disabilities
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...Disabilities Cope Up With their Learning Needs Through Interactive Learning A Program-Based Dissertation Name of Student: Name of Institution: Subject: Name of Instructor: Date of Submission: ABSTRACT The field of education has been noted by many generations as part of the pillars of tomorrow's progress. No matter how high the price of this particular "basic need is", people seem to be finding ways to attain the achievements they ought to receive from school so as simply to be able to find a better future for themselves. Yes, the truth behind this particular social culture has etched the human realization of self-wroth throughout... Using a Virtual Reality Game Program to Help with Learning...
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CATEGORIES OF DISABILITIES
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...Disabilities Disability Attributes Autism Definition According to IDEA, autism is a developmental handicap that significantly impacts verbal and nonverbal communication as well as social interaction, usually before the age of three, which negatively impacts the educational ability of a child (Harris and Riddell 26). Characteristics Indulging in monotonous activity Inability to adapt or resistance to alterations in daily routines or environmental changes. Abnormal reactions to sensory encounters. Causes Primary autism spectrum disorder (ASD) – no contributing issues can be identified to justify its development. Secondary autism spectrum disorder (ASD) – underlying health... Module Categories of...
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Resource Collection on Disabilities
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...DISABILITIES Cerebral Palsy: of characteristics and potential impact on development: Citation: a. http www.mayoclinic.org/cerebral-palsy/treatment.html http://neurology.health-cares.net/cerebral-palsy-treatment.php b. Thorogood, Christine & Alexander, Michael A. (2009) Updated: Mar 11, 2009. Cerebral Palsy. http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/310740-overview. Krigger, K. W. (2006). Cerebral Pasy: an overview. Am Fam Physician, 73, 91-100. Whelan, M. A. (2004). Practice parameter: diagnostic assessment of the child with cerebral palsy: report of the Quality Standards Subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology and the Practice... RESOURCE COLLECTION ON...
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Early Childhood Disabilities Program
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...Disabilities Program 8 Strategy9 Outputs, Inputs, Activities and Results 10 Management and Implementation 11 Evaluation and Monitoring 11 Duration 12 Budget 12 Conclusion and Recommendations 13 Introduction Effective and efficient project management is critical for achievement of goals and objectives. Adequate management techniques keep the project organized and headed in the right direction. Insufficient management eventually results in project failure or unnecessary high costs and wastage of time and other resources. The purpose of this report is to explain the process of project... Management Project June 5, 2009 Contents Management Project Contents 2 Introduction 3 UNDP Kuwait 8 Early Childhood...
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Technologies For Students With Disabilities
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...disabilities such as a learning disability, can’t really do anything about this, as this is an incurable disease. Children who face such disabilities have problems in reading, writing, memorizing, organization, spellings and specially calculations. Nowadays, such students can take great benefit from assistive technologies varying from high technology tools to simple and usable low tech gadgets. The main purpose of such tools and technologies are to assist students with disabilities to give up to their full potential, increasing their self-confidence and motivation to learn and prosper. Simple and easily usable tools for students will learning disabilities include: Tape Recorders... who have...
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Intellectual Disabilities and Complex Needs
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...Disabilities and Complex Needs: A Critical Analyzing People With Intellectual Disabilities and Complex Needs: A Critical Analyzing In regards to the subject of the concept of health in relation to children, young people and adults with intellectual disabilities and complex needs, there is a great deal that must be dealt with and taken seriously into consideration. This issue as a whole is one of such great premise and detail, and in all its complexity it thus must be understood by thoroughly looking at and examining all of the necessary aspects, and there are many. Despite a growing body of research into this matter overall, there are still many basic questions that remain... People With Intellectual...
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Learning Disabilities in Adult life
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...disabilities in adults which needs further research. This is especially true for those suffering from AD/HD. It is very important that peers, family members and scholars have a thorough understanding and diagnosis of the learning disabilities in challenged adults (Kidder, 1999). A research conducted among 651 learning disabled adults residing in the United Kingdom and Scotland found that one of the leading symptoms in such people was aggression. Such disability triggered aggression in adults (Cooper et al. 2009). In fact, most challenged adults suffer from depression and, hence, it is or utmost urgency to monitor behavioural and cognitive patterns (Mattek... & Wierzbicki, 1998). Another...
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Individuals with disabilities education act
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...Disabilities Education Act), children with disabilities should be provided with assistance and appropriate physical education by making appropriate environmental modifications in least restrictive environment (LRE), to ensure inclusive education for them in their neighboring schools (Heller et al., 2009). Natalie is being discredited because the special education committee has decided that she does not need environmental modifications in her neighboring school since she does not need them or the modifications are too costly (Heller et al., 2009, p.92). This position paper argues that Natalie must be provided with appropriate environmental... modifications so that inclusive education is...
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Language disabilities/impediments to fluency
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...disabilities/impediments to fluency Language disabilities are associated with the way people speak, such that peoplewho are affected by these disabilities tend to lack fluency. Individuals affected by language disabilities will most likely be found repeating some words, have long poses and hesitations during a communication or even tend to revise some phrases within a sentence (Vinson, 21). Such problems tend to make communication for such individuals a little difficult than it is for people without language disabilities. While certain aspects of language disabilities may be innate such that an individual is born with a language disability such as stuttering, some language fluency problems... Language...
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Disabilities within the educational setting
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...Disabilities Within an Educational Setting Within an room setting, whether it be an inclusive setting or one specific to children with disabilities, there can be a myriad of challenges with appropriate accommodations designed for the individual student. In today's classroom, it is paramount to conduct frequent assessments on students as individuals in order to develop an approach that will meet that student's needs and requirements: "In schools, clinicians and teachers routinely must engage in diagnostic assessment. In an ideal world, teaching and development would be inextricably linked." (Cioffi 1) Children facing disabilities such as delayed or impaired speech require hands on therapy... ...
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Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
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...Disabilities Act Kirkwood Community College of Section Number: Instructor Name: INTRODUCTION Employment plays a vital role in the recovery and rehabilitation of people with psychiatric disabilities. In addition to providing the substantial resource of income, work also provides daily structure and routine, social contact, meaning and purpose, as well as improves selfesteem and positively affects symptom severity (Stuart, 2006). In contemporary context, the overall emphasis in rehabilitation has shifted from mere symptom reduction to participation in meaningful social roles such as employment. As people who have no prior mental health problems may experience periods... of Proposal: Americans with...
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Education of children with disabilities
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...Disabilities Children with disabilities face various challenges in education. Different scholars have addressed this, even as different researchers have studied solutions to this situation. Hudson, Browder, and Wakeman noted that for children with intellectual disability, it could be quite a challenge for them to engage with a grade-level text. It is also a challenge for their educators to help them adapt to this. Therefore, in their study, these have focused on strategies, which educators can use to help students with this problem to adapt to grade-level text (14). Lieberman and Conroy were also more specific in their study, and focused on the visually impaired children... Education and Children with...
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Contrasting learning and intellectual disabilities
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...Disabilities Contrasting Learning and Intellectual Disabilities The characteristics of learning disabilities are can be grouped into reading skills, spelling skills, written expression skills, oral language skills, mathematical skills, memory skills and reasoning skills (Hallahan, 2011). People go through poor decoding skills, slow reading rate, poor reading fluency, and recurrent spelling errors of high occurring words among others. The characteristics of intellectual disability, on the other hand, are all behavioral (Hallahan, 2011). It is characterized by delays in oral language development, difficulty in learning social rules, deficits in memory skills... Contrasting Learning and Intellectual...
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NCLB and Students with Disabilities
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...Disabilities NCLB and with Disabilities Where would Special Need children be educationally without No Child Left Behind? What impact has NCLB created among children with disabilities? Hypothesis:  I predict the No Child Left Behind law has created an inclusion classroom for students with special needs. According to the rules of educational research, the project requires a clear statement of purpose and research questions. These form the foundation for the research project and capture interesting and important aspects of the research. The broad spectrum in this topic is the educational standards for children with disabilities. Brainstorming led to concentration on the Act that saw... NCLB and with...
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Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
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...Disabilities Education Act) Over the past decades, public education has started to realize the growing presence and impact of an increasingly diverse student body. Instead of insulating itself from these changes, it has created ways to benefit students whose needs lie outside the realm of regular education. Toward this end, the federal government took steps to lay out how schools would serve students with disabilities. Their first effort was the Education For All Handicapped Children Act (PL 94-142) of 1975. It served as the first national mandate to provide free and appropriate education to students with disabilities. The phrase "free and appropriate" would come to be one... 1975 IDEA (Individuals with...
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