IDEA’s 14 categories of disabilities

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1. Autism

1.1. Specific Disorders

1.2. Suggested Intervention

1.3. Assistive Technology

1.3.1. Video

1.3.2. Virtual Reality

1.3.3. Robotics

1.4. Case Study

2. Deaf-blindness

2.1. Suggested Intervention

2.2. Assistive Technology

2.2.1. Reading Machines

2.2.2. Audiovisual Materials

3. Deafness

3.1. Types of Hearing Loss

3.2. Suggested Intervention

3.3. Assistive Technology

3.3.1. FM Systems | Infrared

3.3.2. Systems | Induction Loop

3.3.3. Systems | One-to-One Communicators

4. Developmental delay

4.1. Suggested Intervention

4.2. Assistive Technology

4.2.1. Sounding keyboard and mouse

4.2.2. Ginger spelling/homonym checker

4.2.3. Write:Out Loud/ Email2phone

4.2.4. In-Vehicle Assistive Technology Brain-Computer Interfaces

4.3. Case Study

5. Emotional disturbance

5.1. Specific Emotional Disturbances

5.2. Suggested Intervention

5.3. Assistive Technology

5.3.1. Wii - can be used to reinforce positive behaviors and work on continuing positive behaviors.

5.3.2. The Talklight - it's light flashes according to noise in the room. Can help students settle down or transition to another activity.

5.3.3. iPod - plays music as a calming activity for students.

5.4. Case Study

6. Hearing impairment

6.1. Suggested Intervention

6.2. Assistive Technology

6.2.1. Audio loops (or hearing loop)

6.2.2. FM and infrared systems

7. Intellectual disability

7.1. Suggested Intervention

7.2. Assistive Technology

7.2.1. Picture-based books

7.2.2. Speech-generating devices

7.2.3. Smart Boards in combination with computer-assisted software

7.2.4. Screen magnifiers

7.2.5. Vibrating pages for those with visual impairments

7.2.6. Life alert watches

7.3. Case Study

8. Multiple disabilities

8.1. Examples of types

8.2. Suggested Intervention

8.3. Assistive Technology

8.3.1. IntelliTools

8.3.2. IntelliKeys

8.3.3. Clicker5

8.3.4. Smart Boards

8.4. Case Study

9. Orthopedic impairment

9.1. Suggested Intervention

9.2. Assistive Technology

9.2.1. Screen reading software

9.2.2. Speech recognition software

9.2.3. Augmentative and alternative communication devices

9.2.4. Academic software packages for students with disabilities

10. Other health impairment

10.1. Specific Health Impairment

10.2. Suggested Intervention

10.3. Assistive Technology

11. Specific learning disability

11.1. Suggested Intervention

11.2. Assistive Technology

11.2.1. Abbreviation expanders

11.2.2. Alternative keyboards

11.2.3. Audio books and publications

11.2.4. Electronic math work sheets

11.2.5. Freeform database software

11.2.6. Graphic organizers and outlining

11.2.7. Talking calculators

12. Speech or language impairment

12.1. Suggested Intervention

12.2. Assistive Technology

12.2.1. Assistive listening devices (ALDs)

12.2.2. Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices

12.2.3. Alerting devices

12.3. Case Study

13. Traumatic brain injury

13.1. Suggested Intervention

13.2. Assistive Technology

13.2.1. Small voice recorders on keychains or message recorders can be pre-recorded with reminder messages

13.2.2. Handheld microcomputers he Ultra Key Seeker beeps and flashes to assist in locating lost keys.

13.2.3. The Visual Assistant is a handheld microcomputer

14. Visual impairment, including blindness

14.1. Types of VI

14.2. Suggested Intervention

14.3. Assistive Technology

14.3.1. Speech-language pathology and audiology services

14.3.2. recreation, including therapeutic recreation

14.3.3. Vocal message tools