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IDEA by Mind Map: IDEA

1. Autism

1.1. Assistive Technology:

1.1.1. FM Listening Systems, Writing Guides, Graphic Organizers.

2. Deaf-Blindness

2.1. Assistive Technology:

2.1.1. Reading Guides, Writing Supports, Graphic organizers.

3. Developmental Delays

3.1. Assistive Technology:

3.1.1. Audio Players and Recorders, Graphic Organizers, Writing Supports, Reading Guides.

4. Deaf

4.1. Assistive Technology:

4.1.1. Writing Supports, Reading Guides, Graphic organizers.

5. Emotional Disturbance

5.1. Assistive Technology:

5.1.1. Graphic Organizer, Writing Supports, Calculators.

5.2. Case Study:

5.2.1. Student John Doe II has very poor attendance at school, he is failing in all of his classes but History, he attends school to socialize and look out of the window. When in class he avoids completing assignments by asking to be excused to use the restroom, get water or he'll just walk out. Many interventions have been tried, he has been provided with an educational aid to work with him one to one, but he engages the aid in conversation during their sessions together thus avoiding getting his work done. School psychologist and social workers have met with him, his attendance has improved but he needs to develop an interest in doing school work.

6. Hearing Impairment

6.1. Assistive Technology:

6.1.1. Audio Players and Recorders, Reading Guides.

7. Intellectual Disability

7.1. Assistive Technology:

7.1.1. Graphic Organizers, Writing Supports, Reading Guides.

8. Multiple Disabilities

8.1. Assistive Technology:

8.1.1. Writing Supports, Graphic Organizers, Reading Guides, Calculators.

8.2. Case Study:

8.2.1. Student John Doe, has very poor attendance, his reading, writing and math scores are below basic level for his age and grade level, he has a history of violent crime, but he is very sociable with teachers and peers. When in class he prefers to look out of the window, it is difficult to get him to complete his assignments. He has shared that he is preoccupied with his legal case which results in his low attendance. He was at risk of being removed from the program but as his case manager I advocated for him and his attendance is improving.

9. Orthopedic Impairment

9.1. Assistive Technology:

9.1.1. Seat Cushion, Writing Supports, Calculators.

10. Other Health Impairment

10.1. Assistive Technology:

10.1.1. Reading Guides, Writing Supports, Graphic Organizers.

11. Specific Learning Disability

11.1. Assistive Technology:

11.1.1. Calculators, Writing Supports, Graphic Organizers.

11.2. Case Study:

11.2.1. Student John Doe III has poor attendance, he's a 12th grade student reading at a 9th grade level, he has completed all of his math requirements for graduation and is currently taking Spanish, And Chemistry. He reports that music helps him concentrate, and as a result of not being able to concentrate on his own at a task he request that someone reads his assignments to him. I find that he focuses more when someone is at his side working with him. Generally when he is working independently he engages in conversation with his peers which causes a disruption in the classroom. Because of poor attendance he was at risk of being removed but as his case manager I advocated for him to remain because he is a senior. He sees the social worker on a weekly basis and discusses his education concerns openly with me.

12. Speech or Language Impairment

12.1. Assistive Technology:

12.1.1. Audio Players and Recorders,Graphic Organizers, Reading Guides, Writing Supports.

13. Traumatic Brain Injury

13.1. Assistive Technology:

13.1.1. , Calculator, Graphic Organizer, Reading Guide.

14. Visual Impairment

14.1. Assistive Technology:

14.1.1. Audio Players, FM Listening Systems.

15. Interventions