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Cy Plan 120 Lecture 22

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Cy Plan 120 Lecture 22 Presentation 1 - Obesity- the amount of excessive fat limits a person’s mobility - 34% of Americans are obese - Obesity in Hospitals – inclusion, providing wider chairs and chairs without arms Presentation 2 - early invention programs for younger children diagnosed with a disability - IDEA determines how states and public agencies provide educational services to children with disabilities - Enhance child’s development by providing services that aim to reduce developmental delay and decrease the likelihood of needing special ed - Benefits- reduces ed costs, reduces likelihood of institutions, increase families’ capacity to take care - Qualifications- born premature, having behavioral or emotional difficulties, trouble walking, seeing or hearing - Disabilities- autism, mental illness, etc. - Individualized Family Service Plan- focused on how the family and child interact, services need to provide for child - Community Resources- regional centers, local education agency, family resource centers -
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  • Fall '10
  • Stoddard
  • educational services, family service plan, early invention programs, excessive fat limits, barriers- cultural differences

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