Hi I can assist with this question if agreeable?
Looking forward to working with you, have a pleasant day o/
I choose to observe a Christian a student that has cerebral palsy. Students, who have cerebral palsy (CP), may not be able to walk, talk, eat or play in the same ways as majority of other kids. Cerebral palsy is caused by an injury to the brain before, during, or shortly after birth. In a lot of cases, no one knows for sure what caused the brain injury or what may have been done to prevent the injury.
Sometimes injuries to a baby's brain happen while the baby is still in the mother's womb (prenatal). The injury might be caused by an infection or by an accident in which the mother is hurt. If a mother has a medical problem such as high blood pressure or diabetes, this can also cause problems in the baby. There may be problems during birth such as the baby not getting enough oxygen, or a difficult delivery in which the baby's brain is injured. Problems after birth may happen when a baby is born too soon (premature delivery) and his body is not ready to live outside his mother's womb. Even babies born at the right time can have infections, or bleeding in their brain which causes a brain injury because the brain is still...
a) Design and evaluate two appropriate individualized education goals to meet the needs of the student.
b) Analyze the type of injury or disorder, what are the specific disabilities of the disorder?
Speech is limited
Hand writing limited
c) What are the salient complications as a result of the injury or disorder?
Weak facial muscles
Left hand curled
Trunk central seating
d) What are the financial effects and assistance in the educational system?
Insurance does not pay enough
Had to get a new van to accommodate Christian
Remodel the house
Therapys disrupts life
Not enough programs for students with CP
Repetition (Math, English, important things)
Different ways of learning
Retention time is different
School gave money to learn on a computer
e) Discuss treatment options.
Speech in school 3x a week
OT 1 hour each for 2 days a week
PT 1 hour each for 2 days a week
Training on computer
f) Discuss the rehabilitation.
Therapy (PT, OT, & Speech)
Rock Climing, Cage Therapy
Hi Great start. I will just cut/paste and fill in more detail for each area up to 1200 words right?
No problem I got it.:o)
Can you tell me what OT , I-Prep, and PT are please? Don't want to make assumptions.
Also for a) math and reading goal will moving up half a grade level by the end of a year or a full grade be adequate. The plan can then be built around taking steps to achieve this milestone.
Also did you have an age range in mind? I was thinking a child in elementary school. Possibly 2nd grade.
Hi Gina, here is the info.
Available for 2 days then I can close/lock the file so it cannot be copied.
No it looks more like your own words with that beginning :o)
Unless they want a more formal intro?
ok, thanks. Have a good night.
Orthopedic and Musculoskeletal Disorders IEP
1) Develop an IEP of 1,000-1,250 words that includes a design and evaluations of the appropriate individualized education goals and the issues surrounding the disorder.
b) Analyze the type of disorder. What are the specific disabilities associated with the disorder?
g) Discuss appropriate educational interventions to address these situations.
h) Describe the teacher's responsibilities in terms of meeting the needs of students with curvature of the spine, hip conditions, limb deficiency, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, and musculoskeletal disorders.