HBSE 7 - Diabetes, epilepsy Progressive, Permanent...

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Chronic Illness and Disability Defining Disability Historically evil or possessed Differences still stigmatized Ableism—bias against person with disabilities Medical model: defined from a functional limitations perspective Economic definition: whether someone can function in a paid for work capacity Types of Disabilities Activity limitation—activities a person cannot do Causative condition—impairments, diseases, and disorders caused by underlying conditions Categorically Physical impairments Hearing impairments Vision impairments Learning disabilities Speech impairments ADHD Cardiovascular conditions Mental disorders TBIs Respiratory disorders
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Unformatted text preview: Diabetes, epilepsy Progressive, Permanent Conditions Diabetes Cancer Rheumatoid arthritis HIV/AIDS Parkinsons disease Constant or Permanent Conditions Deafness Blindness/visual impairment Many people within the deaf culture believe that deaf children should be taught in deaf schools and discouraged from learning to speak. Why do you think they feel this way? Relapsing or Episodic Conditions Multiple sclerosis Systemic lupus Fibromyalgia Pain Can be chronic or acute 3 components to pain responses: Sensory physiology Psychological response Pain behaviors...
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