AED 222.Supports for TBI, Physical Disabilities, and Other Health Impairments.Week5.Day7

AED 222.Supports for TBI, Physical Disabilities, and Other Health Impairments.Week5.Day7

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Supports for TBI, Physical Disabilities, and Health Impairments 1
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Determining what type of support Medical identification Assessment Placement of student Supports to help student Reaching full academic potential 2
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Support for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Sudden trauma to head causing brain damage Affects movement, thinking, and behavior Support through Assistive Technology Computers or communication and visual aids 3 Fig. 1 According to Gregory, Sitzmnn, & Kohn, (n.d.), “A traumatic brain injury survivor with an augmentative communication device and assistive technology for seating and mobility” (University of Nebraska-Lincoln, p.1)
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Support for Physical Disabilities Severe orthopedic impairment Affects range of movement Support through assistive technology Type of technology Digital writers 4 Fig. 2 The Fusion portable keyboard that turns text to speech, word prediction, and large LCD display (Compusult, 2011).
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AED 222.Supports for TBI, Physical Disabilities, and Other Health Impairments.Week5.Day7

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