Notes for Session 8

Notes for Session 8 - Notes for Session 8 Targeted Factors...

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Notes for Session 8 Targeted Factors for Prevention - Prenatal care - Low birth weight - Adolescent Pregnancy - Poor Nutrition - Environmental or Toxic Exposures - Sexually Transmitted Diseases - Injuries - Child Abuse and Neglect - Lack of Early Intervention Types of Prevention Programs - Primary: To prevent disability from occurring. - Immunization - PKU Screening - WIC Program (Women INfants and Children Program provides food/good nutrition) - Genetic Screening - Prenatal Care - Secondary Prevention: Remediate disability through treatment. - Special Education - Tertiary Prevention: Reduce effects associated with disability. - Parent Training - Special Education Residential Options Live with families. Institutions Supported Living Options: Group Homes Foster Homes Apartment Living Employment Options Sheltered Workshops: A structured environment where a person receives training and works with other workers with disabilities on jobs requiring relatively low skills. Very low pay. Competitive Employment: A workplace where adults earn at least minimum wage and one in which most workers on nondisabled. Supported Competitive Employment:
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2009 for the course SPED 1010 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Vanderbilt.

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