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Teaching Individuals With Physical, Health, or Multiple Disabilities

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Edition:
4th
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9780130953063

ISBN10:
0130953067
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/1/2001
Publisher(s):
Pearson College Div
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Summary

Appropriate for methods courses in Physical, Health or Multiple Disabilities. Thoroughly revised to incorporate the latest trends in the field, this long awaited revision meets the needs of inservice and preservice teachers in three major ways: by describing the implications of physical, health, or multiple disabilities; by illustrating ways to facilitate student participation in major life activities across home school and community environments; and by emphasizing school curriculum, physical access to it, adaptations, and instructional strategies to prepare students with these disabilities for appropriate and meaningful participation in major life activities. The information is presented in clear, jargon-free language that is appropriate for regular educators and administrators as well as special educators.

Table of Contents

PART ONE Impact and Implications of Physical, Health, or Multiple Disabilities 1(119)
Definitions, Supports, Issues, and Services in Schools and Communities
3(31)
Historical Perspectives
4(2)
Past and Present Perspectives
4(1)
The Disability Rights Movement
5(1)
Coming to Terms with Terminology
6(1)
Impairment, Disability, Handicap
6(1)
Disability
7(2)
Federal Categories and Definitions
8(1)
Legal Supports and Mandates
9(3)
The Rehabilitation Act of 1973
9(1)
The Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975
10(1)
Technology-Related Assistance for Individuals with Disabilities Act of 1988
10(1)
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990
10(1)
Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Technology Education Act of 1990
11(1)
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) of 1990
11(1)
The IDEA Amendments of 1997
11(1)
Critical Issues for Individuals with Physical, Health, or Multiple Disabilities
12(3)
Alike and Different
12(1)
Visible and Invisible
12(1)
Acute and Chronic
13(1)
Appropriate Accommodation
13(1)
Service Intensity and Personal Independence Issues
14(1)
Educational Goals and Expected Outcomes
15(1)
Teaching and Learning Environments
15(5)
Education Service Delivery Systems
16(1)
Challenges to Effective Service Delivery
17(3)
Teacher Competencies and Evolving Roles
20(10)
Knowledge and Skills
20(5)
Professional Roles
25(5)
Summary and Conclusion
30(1)
Questions for Discussion
30(1)
Focus on the Net
31(1)
Additional Internet Resources
31(1)
Additional Resources
32(1)
References
32(1)
Additional References and Recommended Readings
33(1)
Physical Disabilities
34(31)
Neuromotor Impairments
35(1)
Neural Tube Defects
35(6)
Descriptions and Characteristics
35(2)
Associated Medical Conditions
37(1)
Medical and Therapeutic Treatments
37(1)
Impact on Physical, Cognitive, and Psychosocial Development
38(1)
Implications for Education and Personal Autonomy
38(2)
Implications for Career/Adult Outcomes
40(1)
Traumatic Brain Injury
41(11)
Descriptions and Characteristics
41(1)
Associated Medical Conditions
42(1)
Medical and Therapeutic Treatments
42(1)
Impact on Physical, Cognitive, and Psychosocial Development
43(5)
Implications for Education and Personal Autonomy
48(4)
Implications for Career/Adult Outcomes
52(1)
Degenerative Diseases
52(1)
Muscular Dystrophy
52(3)
Definitions and Descriptions
52(1)
Associated Medical Conditions
52(1)
Medical and Therapeutic Treatments
53(1)
Impact on Physical, Cognitive, and Psychosocial Development
54(1)
Implications for Education and Personal Autonomy
55(1)
Implications for Career/Adult Outcomes
55(1)
Orthopedic and Musculoskeletal Conditions
55(1)
Limb Deficiencies
56(3)
Definitions and Descriptions
56(1)
Associated Medical Conditions
56(1)
Medical and Therapeutic Treatments
56(1)
Impact on Physical, Cognitive, and Psychosocial Development
57(1)
Implications for Education and Personal Autonomy
58(1)
Implications for Career/Adult Outcomes
59(1)
Summary and Conclusion
59(1)
Questions for Discussion
60(1)
Focus on the Net
60(1)
Additional Internet Resources
61(1)
Additional Resources
61(1)
References
61(2)
Additional References and Recommended Readings
63(2)
Health Impairments and Infectious Diseases
65(27)
Health Impairments
66(1)
Asthma
67(3)
Definitions and Descriptions
67(1)
Associated Medical Conditions
68(1)
Medical and Therapeutic Treatments
68(1)
Impact on Physical, Cognitive, and Psychosocial Development
68(1)
Implications for Education and Personal Autonomy
69(1)
Implications for Career/Adult Outcomes
70(1)
Cystic Fibrosis
70(3)
Definitions and Descriptions
70(1)
Associated Medical Conditions
71(1)
Medical and Therapeutic Treatments
72(1)
Impact on Physical, Cognitive, and Psychosocial Development
72(1)
Implications for Education and Personal Autonomy
72(1)
Implications for Career/Adult Outcomes
73(1)
Cancer
73(3)
Definitions and Descriptions
73(1)
Associated Medical Conditions
74(1)
Medical and Therapeutic Treatments
74(1)
Impact on Physical, Cognitive, and Psychosocial Development
74(1)
Implications for Education and Personal Autonomy
75(1)
Implications for Career/Adult Outcomes
76(1)
Infectious Diseases
76(1)
Cytomegalovirus
76(2)
Definitions and Descriptions
76(1)
Associated Medical Conditions
77(1)
Medical and Therapeutic Treatments
77(1)
Impact on Physical, Cognitive, and Psychosocial Development
77(1)
Implications for Education and Personal Autonomy
77(1)
Implications for Career/Adult Outcomes
78(1)
HIV/AIDS
78(3)
Definitions and Descriptions
78(1)
Associated Medical Conditions
78(1)
Medical and Therapeutic Treatments
79(1)
Impact on Physical, Cognitive, and Psychosocial Development
79(1)
Implications for Education and Personal Autonomy
80(1)
Implications for Career/Adult Outcomes
81(1)
Special Topics in Health Care
81(6)
Meeting Specialized Health Care Needs
81(4)
Preventing Infectious Disease Transmission and Implementing Universal Precautions
85(2)
Summary and Conclusion
87(1)
Questions for Discussion
87(1)
Focus on the Net
88(1)
Additional Internet Resources
88(1)
Additional Resources
88(1)
References
89(2)
Additional References and Recommended Readings
91(1)
Multiple Disabilities
92(27)
Cerebral Palsy
93(1)
Definitions and Descriptions
93(1)
Classification of Cerebral Palsy
94(2)
Location--Topography
94(1)
Movement--Motor Pattern
94(2)
Function--Level of Severity
96(1)
Conditions Associated with Cerebral Palsy
96(6)
Sensory Impairments
96(1)
Communication Impairments
97(1)
Orthopedic Deformities
97(1)
Nutrition and Feeding Needs
97(1)
Cognitive Deficits
98(1)
Learning Disabilities
98(1)
Seizures
98(4)
Therapeutic Management of Cerebral Palsy
102(1)
Physical Therapy
102(1)
Occupational Therapy
102(1)
Medical Treatment of Cerebral Palsy
102(2)
Orthotics
102(1)
Medication and Injections
103(1)
Surgery
103(1)
Developmental Issues in Cerebral Palsy
104(7)
Physical Development
104(1)
Physical Management Strategies
105(3)
Communication Development
108(1)
Social/Emotional Development
109(2)
Implications for Education
111(3)
Educational Segregation
111(1)
Learning Disabilities
111(1)
Personal Autonomy
112(2)
Career and Adult Function
114(1)
Summary and Conclusion
114(1)
Questions for Discussion
114(1)
Focus on the Net
115(1)
Additional Internet Resources
115(1)
Additional Resources
116(1)
References
116(1)
Additional References and Recommended Readings
117(2)
PART TWO Facilitating Participation Across Environments 119(200)
Task and Situation Analysis
121(28)
Purposes of Task and Situation Analysis
122(3)
Task Analysis Process
125(11)
Using Typical Sequences as Guides
125(2)
Defining Results of Unsuccessful Trials
127(1)
Differentiating Motor from Cognitive Difficulties
128(3)
Identifying Student Response Difficulties and Needs in Lessons
131(3)
Determining Kinds and Amounts of Assistance
134(2)
Task Analysis as a Product
136(4)
Screening Performances
136(1)
Comparing Skills of Different Students
136(1)
Developing Specialized Curricula
136(4)
Situation Analysis and Ecological/Environmental Inventories
140(4)
Teacher Recollections
140(2)
Questionnaire for Similar-Age Peers
142(2)
Student Strategies
144(3)
Learning and Practicing Self-Care Routines
144(1)
Analyzing Bodies of Information
144(1)
Solving Personal Access Problems
145(2)
Summary and Conclusion
147(1)
Questions for Discussion
147(1)
Focus on the Net
147(1)
Additional Internet Resources
148(1)
Additional Resources
148(1)
References
148(1)
Additional References and Recommended Readings
148(1)
Assessment for Assistive Technology
149(46)
Definitions and Legal Basis for Assistive Technology
150(2)
Assistive Technology Devices and Services
152(1)
Determining the Need for Assistive Technology
152(7)
Considering the Need for Assistive Technology
152(6)
Assistive Technology and Assessment
158(1)
Assessing an Individual's Need for Assistive Technology
159(31)
Team Assessment Principles and Practices
159(27)
Extended Assessment
186(4)
Selecting and Acquiring Assistive Technology
190(3)
Determination of Desired Product Features
190(1)
Product Specifications and Demonstrations
190(1)
Product Searches and Ordering
190(1)
Writing Assistive Technology into the IEP
191(2)
Summary and Conclusion
193(1)
Questions for Discussion
193(1)
Focus on the Net
194(1)
References
194(1)
Additional References and Recommended Readings
194(1)
Supporting Physical and Sensory Capabilities Through Assistive Technology
195(34)
Positioning and Seating
197(8)
Positioning
197(2)
Seating
199(3)
Assistive Devices for Positioning and Seating
202(1)
Safe Transfers
203(1)
Location
204(1)
Mobility
205(4)
Manual Wheelchairs
206(1)
Power Wheelchairs
206(2)
Travel Stroller Chairs
208(1)
Mobility Variations
208(1)
Architectural Access Modifications
209(4)
Environmental and Object Modification
213(6)
Location of Materials and Equipment
213(1)
Work Surface Modifications
214(1)
Object Modifications
215(3)
Grasping Aids
218(1)
Manipulation Aids
218(1)
Environmental Control
219(3)
Assistive Technology for Sensory Impairments
222(1)
Assistive Technology and Hearing Loss
222(1)
Assistive Technology and Visual Impairments
223(1)
Summary and Conclusion
223(1)
Questions for Discussion
224(1)
Focus on the Net
224(2)
Vendors Specializing in Assistive Technology
226(1)
Other Resources
227(1)
References
227(1)
Additional References and Recommended Readings
228(1)
Augmentative and Alternative Communication
229(49)
Nonsymbolic Communication
230(5)
Form, Function, and Content of Nonsymbolic Communication
230(1)
Recognizing Nonsymbolic Communication
231(2)
Moving from Noncommunicative Behaviors to Nonsymbolic Communication
233(1)
Utilizing Nonsymbolic Expressive Communication
234(1)
Utilizing Nonsymbolic Receptive Communication
234(1)
Moving to Symbolic Communication
235(1)
Symbolic Communication
235(5)
Symbolic Communication: Nonaided
235(1)
Symbolic Communication: Aided
236(1)
Selecting the Communication System
237(3)
Aided Considerations: Symbol Type
240(2)
Aided Considerations: Means of Access
242(5)
Direct Selection
242(1)
Scanning
243(1)
Encoding
244(3)
Aided Considerations: Vocabulary and Retrieval
247(2)
Levels
247(1)
Picture-Based Acceleration Techniques
247(1)
Abbreviation Expansion
248(1)
Predictive Techniques
248(1)
Output Methods
249(1)
Voice Outputs
249(1)
Visual Outputs
250(1)
Hard Copy
250(1)
Content of Augmentative and Alternative Communication
250(3)
Ecological Inventory for Task-Specific Content
250(2)
School Topic Content
252(1)
Non-Task-Related Communication
252(1)
Verifying Content
253(1)
Board Arrangement
253(8)
Symbol Placement
253(2)
Vocabulary Organization
255(3)
Vocabulary Arrangement for Receptive Communication
258(3)
Types of Displays
261(3)
Displays for Nonelectronic Communication Devices
261(2)
Displays and Dedicated Devices and Computers
263(1)
Instructional Strategies
264(8)
Establishing Want/No
266(1)
Milieu Teaching Procedures
267(1)
Environmental Arrangement Strategy
268(1)
Interrupted-Chain Strategy
269(1)
Conversational Skill Training
269(1)
Breakdown Strategies
269(3)
Summary and Conclusion
272(1)
Questions for Discussion
273(1)
Focus on the Net
273(1)
Additional Resources
274(1)
References
275(2)
Additional References and Recommended Readings
277(1)
Curricular Options for Individuals with Physical, Health, or Multiple Disabilities
278(41)
Four Curricular Options
279(31)
Option 1: General Education Curriculum Without Modifications
279(3)
Option 2: General Education Curriculum with Modifications
282(8)
Option 3: Life Skills Curriculum
290(15)
Option 4: Curriculum in Modified Means of Communication and Task Performance
305(5)
Working Collaboratively to Determine Curriculum Needs for Individuals
310(5)
Developing Courses of Study: Considering All Options
315(1)
Summary and Conclusion
316(1)
Questions for Discussion
316(1)
Focus on the Net
317(1)
Additional Resources
317(1)
References
318(1)
Additional References and Recommended Readings
318(1)
PART THREE Curriculum Adaptations and Instructional Strategies 319(281)
Adaptations and Instruction in Literacy and Language Arts
321(40)
Literacy Barriers
321(2)
Assessing Literacy Skills
323(5)
Communication Responses
323(3)
Physical Efficiency Areas
326(1)
Individual Considerations
327(1)
Literacy Functioning Areas
328(1)
Foundational Skills for Reading
328(3)
Assessment of Foundational Skills
328(2)
Teaching Foundational Skills
330(1)
Emergent Literacy Skills
331(7)
Assessment of Emergent Literacy Skills
331(1)
Promoting Emergent Literacy Skills in Young Children
331(7)
Conventional Literacy Skills: Reading
338(9)
Assessment of Conventional Reading Skills
338(2)
Instructional Strategies: Reading Approaches
340(1)
Adapted Reading Strategy: The Nonverbal Reading Approach
340(6)
Specialized Reading Curricula
346(1)
Computer Programs for Reading
346(1)
Functional Literacy Skills: Reading
347(2)
Vocabulary Selection: Ecological Assessment
347(1)
Instructional Strategies
348(1)
Literacy Skills: Comprehension
349(6)
Assessment
349(2)
Teaching Comprehension
351(1)
Basic Comprehension Strategy
352(1)
Software Programs and Curricula
353(2)
Summary and Conclusion
355(1)
Questions for Discussion
356(1)
Focus on the Net
356(1)
Additional Resources
356(2)
References
358(2)
Additional References and Recommended Readings
360(1)
Adaptations and Instruction in Writing
361(32)
Writing Barriers
361(2)
Literacy Skills: Accessing Writing Tools
363(15)
Handheld Writing Tools and Paper Adaptations
363(4)
Handwriting Skills
367(3)
Electronic Writing Tools: Computers
370(7)
Keyboarding Skills and Computer Tools
377(1)
Literacy Skills: Spelling
378(3)
Assessing Spelling
378(1)
Spelling Instruction
379(1)
Spelling Tools
380(1)
Computer Programs for Spelling
380(1)
Literacy Skills: Written Expression
381(6)
Assessing Written Expression
381(1)
Early Written Expression
381(1)
Written Expression Instruction
381(5)
Software Support for Written Expression
386(1)
Literacy Skills: Functional Writing
387(1)
Assessment of Functional Writing
387(1)
Functional Writing Strategies
387(1)
Summary and Conclusion
387(1)
Questions for Discussion
388(1)
Focus on the Net
388(1)
Additional Internet Resources
389(1)
Additional Resources
389(2)
References
391(1)
Additional References and Recommended Readings
392(1)
Adaptations and Instruction in Science and Social Studies
393(30)
Lesson Preparation
393(5)
Determining Content
394(1)
Evaluating and Adapting Instructional Material
394(3)
Assessing Students' Background Knowledge
397(1)
Determining Modifications for Students with Physical and Multiple Disabilities
398(1)
Lesson Presentation
398(10)
Prelesson Activities
402(1)
Presenting New Materials and Guided Practice
402(4)
Independent Practice of Material
406(2)
Evaluation of Learning of Content
408(1)
Social Studies Curriculum Considerations
409(2)
Social Studies Defined
409(1)
Process Skills for Social Studies
409(1)
Social Studies Curriculum Design and Adaptations
410(1)
Social Studies Software
410(1)
Science Curriculum Considerations
411(8)
Science Defined
412(1)
Process Skills for Science
412(1)
Science Curriculum Design and Adaptations
412(5)
Science Software
417(2)
Summary and Conclusion
419(1)
Questions for Discussion
419(1)
Focus on the Net
420(1)
Additional Resources
420(1)
References
420(2)
Additional References and Recommended Readings
422(1)
Adaptations and Instruction in Mathematics
423(44)
Barriers in Mathematics
423(1)
Assessing Math Skills
424(5)
Standardized Achievement Tests for Mathematics
425(2)
Diagnostic Tests of Math Performance
427(1)
Curriculum-Based Measurement
427(2)
Informal Teacher-Constructed Tests
429(1)
Portfolio Assessment
429(1)
Error Analysis
429(1)
General Approaches and Principles of Math Instruction
429(3)
Building on Previous Learning
430(1)
Systematic and Explicit Instruction
430(1)
Active Involvement of Students
430(1)
Learning Strategies
431(1)
Computer-Assisted Instruction
431(1)
Adaptations and Attitudes
431(1)
Early Math Skills for Young Children (Precomputational Skills)
432(8)
Prenumber Skills
432(3)
Counting
435(2)
Numerals and Place Values
437(2)
Software for Early Math Skills
439(1)
Computational Skills: Addition and Subtraction
440(7)
Math Rules for Addition and Subtraction
443(1)
Addition and Subtraction Algorithms
444(3)
Addition and Subtraction Sequences
447(1)
Computational Skills for Multiplication and Division
447(4)
Multiplication and Division Rules
448(1)
Heuristic Strategies
448(1)
Multiplication and Division Algorithms
448(3)
Multiplication and Division Sequences
451(1)
Software for Computational Skills
451(1)
Calculator Use
452(1)
Word Problems
452(1)
Advanced Math Skills
453(1)
Functional Math Skills
453(7)
Money
453(5)
Time
458(2)
Calendar Use
460(1)
Summary and Conclusion
460(1)
Questions for Discussion
461(1)
Focus on the Net
461(1)
Additional Resources
462(1)
References
463(2)
Additional References and Recommended Readings
465(2)
Adaptations in Physical Education, Leisure Education, and Recreation
467(37)
Adapted Physical Education
468(6)
Collaboration with Adapted Physical Education Specialists
469(1)
Assessment
470(2)
Individualized Education Program Planning
472(2)
Adapting Physical Education Activities
474(4)
Planning for Adaptations
474(2)
Instructional Program
476(1)
Instructional Strategy
476(2)
From the Classroom to the Community
478(1)
Leisure Education and Recreation
478(17)
Leisure Education Program Development
479(1)
Leisure Education Program Areas
479(1)
Creative Domains
480(2)
Special Interests
482(2)
Science and Technology Domains
484(3)
Recreation Domains
487(7)
Travel
494(1)
Sports
495(2)
Wheelchair Racing
495(1)
Racquet and Arm Sports
495(1)
Winter or Summer
496(1)
Summary and Conclusion
497(1)
Questions for Discussion
497(1)
Focus on the Net
497(3)
Additional Resources
500(2)
References
502(1)
Additional References and Recommended Readings
503(1)
Feeding and Swallowing
504(32)
Why Are We Concerned with Feeding and Swallowing?
506(1)
Typical Feeding and Swallowing Development
507(4)
Characteristics of Typical Oral-Motor Development
507(4)
Characteristics of Typical Respiratory Development
511(2)
Typical Respiratory Coordination with Oral and Pharyngeal Activities
512(1)
Feeding and Swallowing in Children with Neuromotor Involvement
513(4)
Atypical Oral-Motor Activity
513(3)
Atypical Respiratory Function
516(1)
The Comprehensive Assessment Process
517(2)
Feeding and Swallowing Intervention
519(13)
Carryover Activities
520(1)
Positioning for Mealtime Feeding
520(4)
Selection of Feeding Utensils
524(1)
Choosing Appropriate Foods and Liquids
525(1)
Preparation of the Oral Mechanism
526(1)
Direct Help for the Jaw, Lips, and Tongue
527(1)
Cup Drinking
528(1)
Spoon-Feeding
529(2)
Solid Food
531(1)
Stimulating Respiratory Coordination with Oral and Pharyngeal Activities
532(1)
Summary and Conclusion
532(1)
Questions for Discussion
533(1)
Focus on the Net
533(1)
Additional Resources
534(1)
References
534(1)
Additional References and Recommended Readings
535(1)
Adaptations for Personal Independence
536(30)
Assessment and Instruction of Personal Management Skills
537(3)
Hygiene Skills
540(5)
Hand Washing
540(1)
Face and Body Washing
541(1)
Hair Brushing
542(1)
Oral Hygiene
542(1)
Tissue Use
543(1)
Feminine Hygiene
544(1)
Basic Self-Help Skills: Eating and Toileting
545(2)
Tube Feeding, Catheterization, and Colostomy Care
547(3)
Tube Feeding
548(1)
Catheterization and Colostomy Care
548(2)
Dressing
550(5)
Helping Individuals Learn Self-Help in Dressing
550(2)
Introducing Adapted Clothing and Adapted Dressing Devices That Meet Special Needs
552(3)
Individuals with Figure Irregularities or Prosthetic Arms
555(1)
Home Care and Management
555(5)
Kitchen Tasks
556(2)
Housecleaning
558(1)
Technology and Environmental Control
558(2)
Community-Based Instruction
560(3)
Anticipating Architectural Barriers
560(1)
Shopping
561(2)
Restaurants
563(1)
Summary and Conclusion
563(1)
Questions for Discussion
563(1)
Focus on the Net
564(1)
Additional Resources
564(1)
References
565(1)
Additional References and Recommended Readings
565(1)
Career and Transition Education
566(34)
Surmounting Barriers to Employment
568(3)
Physical Self-Reliance
568(1)
Valid Self-Evaluation
568(1)
Enhanced Self-Adaptability and Self-Determination
569(2)
Teaching Career and Transition Education from Early Childhood
571(12)
Career Awareness
572(1)
Career Exploration
572(3)
Career Preparation
575(7)
Career Placement/Follow-Up and Continuing Education
582(1)
Making the Transition from School to Employment
583(3)
Students with High Abilities
583(2)
Students with Severe Physical and/or Multiple Disabilities
585(1)
Assessment for Transition Planning
585(1)
Case Study: Transition Services Planning for Andrea in the Area of Employment
586(8)
Summary and Conclusion
594(2)
Questions for Discussion
596(1)
Focus on the Net
596(1)
References
597(1)
Additional References and Recommended Readings
598(2)
Author Index 600(7)
Subject Index 607


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