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Low Incidence Disablities

Speech, writing, eye and head movement are functional limitations of what? Physical disablities
Vision, Circulation, and kidney problems are long term consequnces of what? Juvenile diabetes
What conditions are inherited? Muscular dystrophy and cystic fribrosis
Hydrocephalus and bowel bladder incotinence are associated impairments of what condition? Spina bifida
Chest PT, Lung transplant, and gene therapy are treatments for what condition? Cystic fibrosis
What condition is described by the degree of curve and location on the spine? Scoliosis
Flinching, sneezing, and gagging are what kind of reflex? Protective
Name a primitive reflex. Assymetrical tonic neck reflex OR Positive support reflex OR Tonic labyrinthine reflex
What senses come along with premonitions before a seizure? Smell, Hear, Feel, See
Age of onset and permanence are what kind of factors? Secondary factors
What theorist came up with the Hierarchy of needs? Maslow
During what month does an infant bounce when standing? 7th month
What conidtion requires insulin injections? Diabetes
What condition was orginally considered "little's Disease"? Cerebral palsy
Cerebral palsy is can be cause during wich natal period? Prenatal, perinatal, postnatal
What is the most common form of spina bifida? Myelomeningocele
What impairment of spinda bifida causes water on the brain? Hydrocephalus
What condition causes a bad cough, in which a student coughs up mucus? Cystic fibrosis
What is the cause of scoliosis? Unknown OR It is idiopathic
What is the role of the pancreas? To produce insulin
What theorist came up with the stages of intellectual development? Piaget
Involuntary, repeated motor movements are called: Psychomotor
Growth from the center out; from the trunk to fingers, is called: Proximo-distal
growth from the head down, is called: Cephalo-caudal
What is the largest type of cerebral palsy? Spastic (pyramidal)
what does congenital mean? Acquired before birth/born with it
Breathing is an example of what kind of reflex? Involuntary
What type of paralysis affects only one limb? Monoplegia
Hemiplegia is a type of paralysis that affects: One side of the body
Paraplegia is a type of paralysis that affects: The waist down
What type of paralysis affects all for limbs and the torso?
What is the range of IQs for a person with mild intellectual disablities? 50-55 to 70-75
People with an IQ below 20-25 fall under what level of intellectual disability? Profound intellectual disabilites
What is the range of IQs for a person with severe intellectual disabilites? 20-25 to 35-40
A person whose IQ falls in the range of 35-40 to 50-55, would fall under what level of intellectual disabilites? Moderate intellectual disabilites
Created by: ajone367