Disabilities and Interventions

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Disabilities and Interventions by Mind Map: Disabilities and Interventions

1. Autism

1.1. affects

1.1.1. Verbal and non verbal communication

1.1.2. social interraction

1.2. accommodation

1.2.1. small groups

1.2.2. separate space

1.2.3. routine

1.2.4. agenda with deadlines

1.3. output

1.3.1. mindmaps

1.3.2. multiple choice format

1.3.3. pointing right answer on computer

1.4. case study

1.4.1. http://www.kidsmatters.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Case-Study-Cameron-3.pdf

2. Deaf-blindness

2.1. affects

2.1.1. hearing

2.1.2. vision

2.1.3. communication

2.2. accommodation

2.2.1. assistive listening device

2.2.2. interpreters

2.2.3. braille notetaker

2.2.4. reading machine

2.2.5. recording device

2.2.6. oral presentation

2.3. modification

2.3.1. oral test

2.3.2. safety measures

2.4. case study

2.4.1. http://www.med.unc.edu/ahs/clds/resources/deaf-blind-model-classroom-resources/db-case-studies/matthews-story-1

3. Intellectual Disabilities

3.1. affects

3.1.1. general intellectual function

3.2. accomodation

3.2.1. quiet work space

3.2.2. functional activities

3.2.3. hands on learning

3.2.4. daily repetition of concepts

3.3. modifications

3.3.1. student/teacher ratio

3.3.2. safety measures

3.3.3. schedule

4. Emotional disturbance

4.1. case study

4.1.1. http://cecp.air.org/fba/problembehavior3/appendixb1.htm Tom -Tourette syndrom

5. Deafness or Hearing Impairment

5.1. affects

5.1.1. hearing

5.1.2. processing linguistic information

5.2. accommodation

5.2.1. oral presentation

5.2.2. sign presentation

5.2.3. semi-circular seating in the classroom

5.2.4. flashing lights for class-schedule or alam

5.2.5. study guide

5.2.6. multi-sensori, hands-on activities

5.2.7. peer tutoring

5.3. outputs

5.3.1. hearing aids

5.3.2. overhead projector

5.3.3. graphic organizer

5.3.4. computer/word processor

5.3.5. extra time for assignement

6. Developmental Delay

6.1. affects

6.1.1. physical development

6.1.2. cognitive development

6.1.3. social and emotional development

6.1.4. adaptative behavior

6.2. accomodation

6.2.1. seating arrangement

6.2.2. routine/ predicatability

6.2.3. use of age appropriate materials

6.3. output

6.3.1. visual timer

6.3.2. daily planner

6.4. modification

6.4.1. teacher/student ratio

7. Multiples disabilities

7.1. affects

7.1.1. speech or communication

7.1.2. sensory skills

7.1.3. behavior

7.2. modification

7.2.1. special education class

7.2.2. physical and occupational therapist

7.2.3. early concept development

7.2.4. mobility

7.2.5. environmental control

7.3. accomodation

7.3.1. assistive technology

7.3.2. leaning toys and software

7.3.3. switch options

8. Orthopedic Impairment

8.1. affects

8.1.1. fine motors skills

8.1.2. gross motor skills

8.1.3. neuro-motors skills

8.2. accommodation

8.2.1. seating arrangement

8.2.2. physical and occupational therapist

8.2.3. classroom space

8.3. modification

8.3.1. focus on motors skills

8.4. outputs

8.4.1. screen reading sofware

8.4.2. speech recognition sofware

8.4.3. augmentative communication device

9. Other health Impairment

9.1. affects

9.1.1. strenght

9.1.2. vitality

9.1.3. alertness

9.2. accomodation

9.2.1. availability of medication

9.2.2. rest time

9.2.3. ergonomic work station

9.3. output

9.3.1. assisting device

9.3.2. medical aid

10. Specific learning Disability

10.1. affects

10.1.1. auditory perception and processing

10.1.2. visual perception and processing

10.1.3. information processing speed

10.1.4. abstract reasonning

10.2. accommodation

10.2.1. advanced notice assignement

10.2.2. due date agenda

10.2.3. multi-sensoriel and hands-on activities

10.2.4. brief instructions

10.2.5. read aloud written instructions

10.2.6. study guide

10.2.7. peer notetaker/proofread

10.2.8. extra time for test

10.3. outputs

10.3.1. recording device

10.3.2. calculator

10.3.3. camera

10.3.4. audio books

10.4. case study

10.4.1. http://www.ldaofky.org/RTI/RTI%20Manual%20Case%20Studies.pdf Jayden p32- reading fluency and comprehension

10.4.2. http://images.pearsonassessments.com/images/ca/rti/downloads/Ellie.pdf -reading fluency and comprehension, writing expression, attention deficit disorder

10.4.3. http://images.pearsonassessments.com/images/ca/rti/downloads/Nick.pdf Nick- mathematical reasonning

11. Speech or language Impairment

11.1. affects

11.1.1. articulation

11.1.2. fluency

11.1.3. voice

11.2. accommodation

11.2.1. written assignement

11.2.2. extra time for expression

11.2.3. copy of lesson notes

11.2.4. minimize background noise

11.2.5. peer tutoring

11.3. outputs

11.3.1. speaking device

12. Traumatic Brain Injury

12.1. affects

12.1.1. cognitive skills

12.1.2. psychosocial fonction

12.1.3. physical and motors skills

12.2. accommodation

12.2.1. additionnal time for assignement

12.2.2. additionnal help

12.2.3. extended break

12.2.4. written and oral instruction

12.2.5. study guide

12.2.6. preferential seating

12.2.7. multiple choice format

12.3. outputs

12.3.1. audio recorder

12.4. modification

12.4.1. reduce quantity of work

12.4.2. use of calculator

12.4.3. use of dictionnary

12.5. study case

12.5.1. http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/theses/available/etd-04262004-141714/unrestricted/Karenfinaletd.pdf Larry-p46 -speech/language and occupational therapy

13. Visual Impairment including Blindness

13.1. affects

13.1.1. vision

13.1.2. oral and written comprehension

13.2. accommodation

13.2.1. objects models

13.2.2. peer note taker

13.2.3. oral description

13.2.4. braille

13.2.5. tactile graphics

13.3. modification

13.3.1. extra time for response

13.4. outputs

13.4.1. talking device

13.4.2. braille note-taker/refreshable

13.4.3. large screen/ low vision device

13.4.4. slate and stylus