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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/25/10 Disability Traumatic Brain Injury Physical Disability Health Impairment
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10/25/10 Traumatic Brain Injury Range from mild to severe. Mild brain injuries consist of mild symptoms such as memory loss, headache, and difficulty thinking. Severe brain injuries consist of severe symptoms such as loss of arms and/or legs control and abnormal speech language.
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10/25/10 Support for Traumatic Brain Injuries Children who suffer from TBI suffer from these types of learning disabilities: Slower to respond Difficulty remembering Slower to Respond Challenged
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10/25/10 Physical disability Physical impairments include abroad range of disabilities Cerebral Palsy Loss of ability to be mobile
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10/25/10 Support for Children with physical disabilities Attending a regular classroom with non-disabled peers Builds Self-Esteem Helps child get more one on one time with the teacher
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Unformatted text preview: Focus of classroom is on curriculum Regular classroom is more beneficial to the disabled child 10/25/10 Health Impairment Conditions last more than three months Hospitalization or in-home health services Asthma Leukemia Still able to attend a normal classroom setting 10/25/10 Support for children with health impairments Emergency in hailer Allergen control Pest control Action cards 10/25/10 Conclusion 10/25/10 References American Association of Pediatrics. (1990). Children with Health Impairments in schools. Retrieved September 20, 2009, from http:// pediatrics.aappublications.org/cgi/content/ Bright Hub. (2008). Education Techniques for Children with Cerebral Palsy. Retrieved September 20, 2009, from http:// www.brighthub.com/education/special/ar...
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