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Module F – Special People
Asthma Affects airways of the lungs Breathing difficulties Wheezing Chest tightness Brought on by exercise, nervousness or an allergy Controlled by drugs either relieving or preventative
Diabetes Insulin deficiency Glycaemia attack Caused by too high or too low sugar levels Regular meals important Controlled by drugs Treatments vary for individuals
Dyslexia Word blindness Affects writing, spelling and reading Frustration Behavioural problems Attention seeking
Hearing Impairment Partial loss to total loss Language difficulties Relies on sight Inattentive if unable to follow speech Sign language Shouted instructions & alarms not heard
Visual Impairment Blurred vision to total loss Aids Rely on memory and virtual pictures Longer to familiarise with new surroundings Buddies
Help and Support Individual concerned Parents or relatives National support organisations Headquarters fact sheets Assistant County Commissioner (Special Needs)
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By: Raul Lopez and Adrian Martinez. Asthma Asthma is a disorder that causes the airways of the lungs to swell and narrow, leading to wheezing, shortness.
What schools need to address and monitor 1) How conducive hearing loss can affect language and communication. 2) How these deficits contribute to lack.
Hannah Kim. Coughing, especially during night, or wheezing Shortness of breath/ rapid breathing Pale, sweaty face, blue lips Chest tightness, pain, or.
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Deaf Hard of Hearing Deaf-Blind. Severe impairment Cannot process linguistic information through hearing Not included in the parameters of deaf Permanent.
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Noninfectious Diseases Noninfectious Disease- a disease or disorder that is not caused by a virus or living organism. Noninfectious disease can not be.
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Overview of Special Needs. Hearing Impairments- Problem in one or more parts of the ears. Congenital - Present since birth in one or more parts of the.
Lisa Nave Nursing Platt College. Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the lungs characterized by narrowing of the airways in the lungs causing.
Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the airways, characterized by coughing, wheezing, chest tightness, and difficult breathing.
Module 22. Lexicalization - fingerspelling that looks like a sign To recognize this, you put a # before a word. Words will be spelled out different ways,
Asthma Asthma When a child experiences an “asthma episode” the following can occur: The muscles around the bronchiole tubes swell, constricting the tubes.
Asthma. What is asthma? Asthma is a disease that effects the respiratory system, causing difficulty in breathing. Asthma causes the airways in the.
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Diseases. Two types of disease Infectious Noninfectious.
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range in severity and may interfere with the progress and use of one or more of the following: Oral language (listening, speaking, understanding) Reading.
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Elizabeth, Gladis & Jemila, RAIN. Asthma is a chronic lung disease that affect the respiratory system. That inflames and narrows the airways. When.
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