IDEA's 14 Categories of Disabilities

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IDEA's 14 Categories of Disabilities by Mind Map: IDEA's 14 Categories of  Disabilities

1. Other Health Impairment

1.1. AT: Assistive Technology and Educational Best Practices for Students with ADHD

1.2. AT: Assistive Technology for ADHD

1.3. I/M: Suggested Classroom Interventions for Children with ADD & Learning Disabilities

1.4. I/M: Behavioral Intervention Techniques for Children with ADHD

1.5. CS: Dmitrov

2. Autism

2.1. AT: Technology and Autism: What’s Available and What Works

2.2. I/M: Types of interventions for children with ASD

2.3. I/M: 23 Ways to Accommodate Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome in the Classroom

3. Deaf-Blindness

3.1. AT: Tools for Independence

3.2. I/M: 10 Issues to Always Consider When Intervening for Students with Deafblindness

3.3. I/M: Tactile Learning Strategies for Children who are Deaf-Blind: Concerns and Considerations from Project SALUTE

4. Deafness

4.1. AT: Assistive equipment and technology

4.2. I/M: Accommodations for Students with Hearing Loss

4.3. I/M: Early Intervention

5. Developmental Delay

5.1. Destinations

5.2. AT: Assistive Technology and Early Start

5.3. I/M: What is developmental delay and what services are available if I think my child might be delayed?

5.4. I/M: Developmental Delays in the Classroom

6. Emotional Disturbance

6.1. AT: Low-Tech, Mid-Tech, High-Tech

6.2. AT: Emotional Disturbance APPs

6.3. I/M: Interventions for Teachers

6.4. I/M: Emotional Behavioral Disorder: Accommodations and Modifications

6.5. I/M: Strategies

6.6. CS: Megan

7. Hearing Impairment

7.1. AT: Hearing Assistive Technology (HATS) for Children

7.2. I/M: The Necessity of Early Intervention in Hearing

7.3. I/M: Classroom Accommodations for Children with Minimal/Mild Hearing Loss

8. Intellectual Disability

8.1. AT: Using iPads with Students with Intellectual Disabilities

8.2. AT: Home Living, Communal Living, & Lifelong Learning

8.3. I/M: Effective Teaching Methods For People With Intellectual Disabilities

8.4. I/M: Early Intervention

9. Multiple Disabilities

9.1. AT: Technology for Students with Multiple Disabilities

9.2. I/M: Academic Accommodations for Students with Learning Disabilities

9.3. I/M: Instructional Strategies for Students with Multiple Disabilities

10. Orthopedic Impairment

10.1. AT: What the Law Says

10.2. I/M: Interventions, Accomodations, Differentiations, and Links

10.3. I/M: Characteristics, Accommodations, Strategies

11. Specific Learning Disability

11.1. AT: Assistive Technology Solutions for Dyslexia

11.2. I/M: Accommodating Students with Dyslexia in All Classroom Settings

11.3. I/M: Strategies for Teachers

11.4. CS: Ellie

12. Speech or Language Impairment

12.1. AT: VOCAs (Voice Output Communication Aids)

12.2. AT: AACs (Augmentative and Alternative Communication Devices)

12.3. I/M: Adjustments for students with a speech-language impairment

12.4. I/M: Classroom Accommodations/Modifications

13. Traumatic Brain Injury

13.1. AT: 10 Devices for Memory Loss

13.2. I/M: Instructional Strategies for Teaching Students with Traumatic Brain Injury / Acquired Brain Impairment

14. Visual Impairment, Including Blindness

14.1. AT: Products

14.2. AT: Assistive Technology

14.3. I/M: Family Connect Website: Early Intervention Services for Children

14.4. I/M: Accommodations and Modifications for Students who are Blind or Visually Impaired

15. AT = Assistive Technology

16. I/M: Intervention/Modification

17. CS: Case Study