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Disability and Disabling Condition 3 KPER 3100 Inclusive Physical Activity and Leisure
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Distinguish basic descriptions of medical conditions (physical and sensory) and associated functional limitations and impairments Explain various disabling conditions in the context of how the characteristics of the conditions (physical and sensory) may affect equity, access, and social inclusion among individuals experiencing disabilities List tips and techniques in working with individuals with physical or sensory impairments in physical activity and leisure contexts
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Physical Impairments Congenital or acquired (consequences of injury) Often uses assistive devices or mobility aids Cerebral Palsy Spina Bifida Muscular Dystrophy Multiple Sclerosis Spinal Cord Injury Textbook 153-157
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Cerebral palsy is a progressive disease. false Spina bifida is an injury occured on the spine. false Muscular dystrophy mostly affects children. false Multiple sclerosis‘ symptoms are predictable. false Spinal cord injury occurs before, during, or shortly after birth false Textbook 153-157 True or False
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Textbook 153-157
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  • Hearing impairment, Spina Bifida

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