• learning disabilities
    . No parents want to see their children suffer. We may wonder what it could mean for our child’s future, or worry about how our kid will make it through school. Perhaps you’re concerned that by calling attention to your child's learning problems he or she might be labeled "slow" or assigned to a less...
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  • Child Development
    affected by a disability they have gained or were born with. The disability a child may have may include sensory impairment, communication and / or interaction difficulty, the child may have learning difficulty such as dyslexia and behavioral, social or emotional difficulties. Every child is unique...
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  • Promote Communication in Health, Social Care or Children's & Young Person's Settings
    also be impaired. ASD (autistic spectrum disorders) will show a wide range of behaviours and may have a severe learning disability. ASD will affect communication in that those on the autistic spectrum will be able to express basic needs and demands but cannot recognise the needs of others or be...
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  • Criminal Justice
    what they are missing, and most of the time they end up in gangs. Social learning theory can also explain why people join gangs; children learn from their parents, and if they are learning criminal activity from their parents they will grow up in the same footsteps. This is also kind of like the...
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  • Aed 204
    with lower socioeconomic groups, those with learning disabilities often have middle-class backgrounds. Whether these perceptions are accurate or not, middle-class parents more readily accept learning disabilities than mental retardation as a cause of their child’s learning deficits. What has been...
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  • Dyslexia Is Not About Laziness
    natural explanation, especially one that is concerned with divinities or demigods and explains some practices, rites, or phenomenon of nature. Besides that, most of us often think that individuals including pre-schoolers, school-age children, adolescences and adults with dyslexia are just lazy...
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  • Common Core
    account factors such as background, age and personality). ■ Understand how to present genuine choices to young people and how to obtain consent to sharing information. ■ Explain to the child, young person, parent or carer what kind of information you may have to share with others. ■ Explain...
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  • Cyp 3.1
    and or if the mother has a difficult birth. • Health – a childs development can be affected by their health, if they are born with a condition such as heart problems or blood disorder. • Disability, sensory impairment and learning difficulties. 2.2 explain how children and young peoples...
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  • Promoting Person Centered Values
    , they should be part of day-to-day life. Learning outcomes This chapter will: • explain the need to promote person-centred values, and what each of the following terms means when supporting people who have a learning disability: ° individuality ° rights ° choice ° privacy ° independence ° dignity...
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  • Understanding Childrens Development
    certain parts of the body to aid mobility and therefore restricting access to facilities, resources and hands on approach learning. Speech and language disabilities, and not being fully able to express needs, wants and requirements. Emotional lack of development could involve a lack of...
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  • Understanding Autism
    language, social skills and behavioural flexibility, which are referred to as the Triad of Impairments (Cashin & Barker 2009). Additionally, the primary characteristics that define ASD are often compounded by a learning disability and associated features such as self-injury and/or aggression...
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  • Unit 6
    Impact: family actions and reactions; parents, siblings, extended family; demography 3 Understand the historical context of learning disability Types of services: mental Institutions, lunatic asylums, long stay hospitals, special schools, community care, day centres...
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  • P2 Explain the Different Types of Discrimination
    cognitive areas: memory formation or retrieval; attention span; reading and comprehension; problem solving; and visual input. Discriminating against someone because of their cognitive ability might arise because of a brain injury, a learning disability or difficulty or a person’s social class or...
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  • Unit 2
    for all parents and carers to be involved in the daily life at the school. Our Lady of Lincoln Catholic Primary School: “An information evening on Numeracy and target setting, Parents' evenings, termly curriculum letters and target letters have been used to inform parents of learning and progress...
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  • Unit 5 Level2 Teaching Asst.
    they belong to. For example, if there is a child with a physical disability then others might presume that they have a learning disability too. When people demonstrate prejudice then they might go on to label children. A label can be given to a single person or to a group. This often happens when a...
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  • Fetal Stroke
    | Fetal Stroke causing Developmental learning Disabilities | Curry College, Psy 3350 | Dwayne Wilson 5/5/2010 | A very starry time if life is when you find out something is wrong but don’t have an answer for the reason why. My daughter, Schae had processing delay troubles from the...
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  • Dyslexia
    reading. Engaging parents early in the process of identifying what programs and services are best for TABLE 3 Informational resources about dyslexia for parents and teachers Organization The Council for Exceptional Children, Division for Learning Disabilities Contact information 1110 North Glebe...
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  • SPED Report
    disorders being handled by the school Special Children Educational Institution (SCEI) are deaf, mute, intellectual disability (ID), ADHD, multiple disability, Autism, and learning disabilities such as dyslexia and dysgraphia. Deafness is defined as a degree of impairment such that a person is unable to...
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  • Unit 1
    their parents. A lot of teenagers who are going through these changes could be worried about personal image ie weight issues and how they look. | Table 2: Intellectual and cognitive development Age Range | Explain the sequence and rate of development | 0-3 months | A baby will cry when hungry...
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  • Miss
    . If James is left at home while his mother is in hospital there is a significant risk of him injuring himself that is why it has been suggested in the scenario that he goes into residential care while Betty recovers. The DOH (2009) explains that many people with learning disabilities and their...
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