Disabilites and Interventions Under IDEA (Click on the note icons for definitions)

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1. Other health impairment

1.1. Intervention

1.1.1. Reward system

1.1.2. Allow movement while studying

1.1.3. Voice recordings of verbal instructions

1.1.4. Provide frequent breaks

1.1.5. Set routines and be consistent

1.1.6. Step by step instructions

1.2. Assistive Technology

1.2.1. Optical Character Recognition programs

1.2.2. Flicker free monitors

1.2.3. Electronic organizers

2. Deafness

2.1. Intervention

2.1.1. Circular seating arrangements

2.1.2. Front seats

2.1.3. Repeat the comments and questions of other students

2.1.4. ask for a hearing volunteer to team up with a Deaf or hard of hearing student

2.1.5. find an effective notetaker or lab assistant from the class.

2.1.6. Face the class while speaking

2.1.7. films, overheads, diagrams, and other visual aids are useful instructional tools.

2.1.8. Closed captioning

2.1.9. Allow the student the same anonymity as other students

2.2. Assistive Technology

2.2.1. assistive listening devices (ALD )

2.2.1.1. Untitled

2.2.2. Personal amplifica tion

2.2.3. Cochlear Implant

2.2.4. alerting devices

2.2.5. captioning devices

2.2.6. Handwriting recognition devices

2.2.7. voice recognition software

2.2.8. iCommunicator

2.2.8.1. Untitled

2.2.9. Video Remote Interpreter

3. Specific learning disability

3.1. Intervention

3.1.1. Visual aids

3.1.2. Preferential seating

3.1.3. One-on-one or small group instructions

3.2. Assistive Technology

3.2.1. Text to speech software

3.2.2. Audio book

3.2.3. Timers

4. Developmental delay

4.1. Intervention

4.1.1. visual cues

4.1.2. Clear and predictable daily schedule

4.1.3. Make directions and learning expectations clearly understood

4.1.4. Structured opportunities for student to participate in social interactions

4.1.5. Build student motivation

4.1.6. Help students to generalize their learning across settings and situations

4.2. Assistive Technology

4.2.1. Ergonomic screens and input systems

4.2.1.1. Untitled

4.2.2. Audio books and eText supports for reading and listening comprehensio

4.2.3. Graphic organizers

4.3. Case Study Louis

5. Speach or language impairment

5.1. Intervention

5.1.1. Early Intervention

5.1.2. Therapy

5.1.3. Speech-language pathology service

5.2. Assistive Technology

5.2.1. Echo microphone

6. Traumatic brain injury

6.1. Intervention

6.1.1. Peer or aide assistance

6.1.2. Adjusted expectation

6.1.3. Flexible schedule

6.1.4. Time for transitions

6.2. Assistive Technology

6.2.1. Message recorder

6.2.2. Large print books

6.2.3. Talking Clock/calendar

6.2.4. Memory Notebook

7. Visual impairment, including blindness

7.1. Assistive Technology

7.1.1. Braille instructopn

7.1.2. Spoken learning tools

7.1.3. Mobility services

7.2. Intervention

7.2.1. Print enhancer

7.2.2. Kurzweil Reading Machine

7.3. Case Study Fadzie

8. Emotional Disturbance

8.1. Intervention

8.1.1. Support the student’s inclusion

8.1.2. Recognize the student's accomplishments

8.1.3. Encourage organization and routine

8.1.4. Social skills training

8.1.5. Self awareness training

8.2. Assistive Technology

8.2.1. Motivaider

8.2.1.1. Untitled

8.2.2. Noise management tools

8.2.2.1. Untitled

8.2.3. mp3 player

8.2.4. Wii

8.2.5. Websites

8.2.5.1. brainpop.com

8.2.5.2. funmaths.com

8.2.5.3. inspiration.com

9. Intellectual Disability

9.1. Intervention

9.1.1. Role model desired behaviors

9.1.2. Plan ahead with your class activities

9.1.3. Use appropriate communication methods

9.1.4. Do not overwhelm a student with multiple or complex instructions

9.1.5. Be explicit about what it is you want a student to do

9.1.6. Put skills in context so there is a reason for learning tasks

9.1.7. Involve families

9.2. Assistive Technology

9.2.1. Abbreviation expanders

9.2.2. Alternative keyboards

9.2.3. Electronic math work sheets

9.2.4. Talking calculators

9.2.5. Variable-speed tape recorders

9.2.6. Word-prediction programs

9.2.7. Portable word processors

9.2.8. Proofreading programs

9.3. Case Study Danny

10. Orthopedic Impairment

10.1. Intervention

10.1.1. Therapy

10.1.2. Fine and gross motor skill training

10.1.3. Special seating

10.1.4. Extra time for assignmemts

10.2. Assistive Technology

10.2.1. wheelchair

11. Multiple disabilities

11.1. Intervention

11.1.1. Tap into the student’s strengths

11.1.2. Be ready to make modifications

11.1.3. Ask for the program supports or modifications you need to be included in the IEP

11.1.4. Partial participation can make the difference

11.1.5. Learn about accessible textbooks

11.1.6. Don’t give up on a goal; practice and reinforce

11.1.7. Deal with behavior issues

11.1.8. Make the most of paraprofessionals

11.1.9. Be involved in the student’s transition planning

11.2. Assistive Technology

11.2.1. Wheelchairs

11.2.2. Text to Speech system

11.2.3. Speech recognition software

11.2.4. Picture Board

11.2.5. Untitled

12. Autism

12.1. Intervention

12.1.1. Parent Education and Training

12.1.2. Social Skills Training and Speech-Language Therapy.

12.1.3. Applied Behavioral Analysis

12.1.4. Cognitive Behavior Therapy.

12.1.5. Sensory Integration/Occupational Therapy.

12.1.6. Medication

12.2. Assistive Technology

12.2.1. Adaptive hardware

12.2.1.1. Untitled

12.2.2. Anything that can provide visual stimulation (large monitors etc)

12.2.2.1. Subtopic

12.3. Case Study Maggie

13. Deaf-blindness

13.1. Intervention

13.1.1. Touch cues

13.1.2. Object symbols

13.1.3. Sign language

13.1.4. Braille

13.1.5. Picture symbols

13.1.6. Gestures

13.1.7. Signed English

13.2. Assistive Technology

13.2.1. handheld electronic magnifiers

13.2.2. desktop video magnifiers

13.2.3. Light aide

13.2.4. Software built in on windows (text to speech, magnification,etc)

14. Major Assistive Technologies

14.1. tablet computers with special apps

14.2. Text-to-speech software

14.3. Alternative Communication Devices (AAC)

14.4. Interactive Whiteboards

14.5. Magnification software And Hardware