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. 1. AUTISM

1.1. Definition

1.2. Intervention

1.3. Assistive technology

1.4. Two years back, A student joined my French 1A class. He had a one to one assistant. This student enjoyed working participating in role plays. He was really strong in the language. This student did not always stay for the whole class. He needed to take frequent breaks with his one to one assistant. Students in class used to ask him to tell them the specific day by giving him the date, the month and the year. He was able to figure it out in a few seconds.

2. 5. DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY

2.1. Definition

2.2. Intervention

2.3. Assistive technology

3. 3. DEAFNESS

3.1. Definition

3.2. Intervention

3.3. Assistive technology

4. 2. DEAF-BLINDNESS

4.1. Definition

4.2. Intervention

4.3. Assistive technology

5. 4.EMOTIONAL DISTURBANCE

5.1. Definition

5.2. Intervention

5.3. Assistive technology

6. 14. HEARING IMPAIRMENT

6.1. Definition

6.2. Intervention

6.3. Assistive technology

7. 13. INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY

7.1. Definition

7.2. Intervention

7.3. Assistive technology

8. 12. MULTIPLE DISABILITIES

8.1. Definition

8.2. Intervention

8.3. Assistive technology

9. 11. ORTHOPEDIC IMPAIRMENT

9.1. Definition

9.2. Intervention

9.3. Assistive technology

9.4. ''Karen is a third-year math education student with Rheumatoid Arthritis. On a good day she can attend my classes, take notes, and participate without difficulty. When her arthritis is problematic, she has a hard time gripping a pencil to write. She also fatigue very quickly and cannot work on homework for prolonged periods of time. Her arthritis interferes with her ability to type quickly and efficiently as well as take handwritten class notes. Her doctor has recently restricted her from typing and writing for extended periods of time. She also have difficulty carrying out extended math notations and writing her lesson plans for my education class. The disability student services center helped her access computer technology in a computer lab on campus. She was accommodated with speech recognition software, an alternative keyboard, and a trackball. She was also provided access to math software that allowed her to complete math notations without writing. With this computer configuration, She was no longer dependent upon writing or typing with a standard keyboard to complete class assignments. She also requested permission from her professors to record their lectures and all were supportive of this accommodation, which minimizes her need to write.''

10. 10. OTHER HEALTH IMPAIRMENT

10.1. Definition

10.2. Intervention

10.3. Assistive technology

11. 9. SPECIFIC LEARNING DISABILITY

11.1. Definition

11.2. Intervention

11.3. Assistive technology

12. 6. SPEECH OR LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT

12.1. Definition

12.2. Intervention

12.3. Assistive technology

12.4. ALBERT's case study

13. 8.TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

13.1. Definition

13.2. Intervention

13.3. Assistive technology

14. 7.VISUAL IMPAIRMENT INCLUDING BLINDNESS

14.1. Definition

14.2. Intervention

14.3. Assistive technology