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TEMPLATE for HE 360 Disability Handbook 2007

TEMPLATE for HE 360 Disability Handbook 2007 - Myths...

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Formatting note to students: Please use Arial font. Title 16pt, text 12pt, sources in APA format 8pt. Use this sample page as a guide (incorporate bullet point format). Please BOLD the title and subheading titles. Underline the subheading titles only. Limit 2 pgs. Multiple Sclerosis By: Student’s Fist and Last name Definition : ____ is a physical/emotional disability and is visible/ invisible. Type your definition HERE. Discuss proper terminology, what to call people with this disability. Effects on Population : Size of U.S. Population that has this disability How it effects society Facts: Symptoms and processes (stages) Characteristics o Describe the physical and mental/emotional aspects o Cause (is it contagious? hereditary?) o What are the different types? (is it progressive? Are you born with it?) Assumptions
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Unformatted text preview: Myths Stereotypes Cures and Treatments : Is the disability curable? Can you prevent it by treatment? o What kind of treatment and how does the treatment help? Special Accommodations: What can you do to help these people to become more at ease? How can you accommodate these guests in the hospitality industry? o Lodging o Food and Beverage Tips : What you can do to help How to welcome them (they are people too) Sources Used: APA style—author, year, title, publisher, city/state, website Formatting note to students: Please use Arial font. Title 16pt, text 12pt, sources in APA format 8pt. Use this sample page as a guide (incorporate bullet point format). Please BOLD the title and subheading titles. Underline the subheading titles only. Limit 2 pgs....
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