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Diversity & Inclusion WGU

Learning Disabilities Acquired trauma,brain injury, prenatal causes, strokes, concussions, meningitis, fever, genetic, biochemical, environmental
Speech and Language congenital, developmental, or acquired. Exposure to teratogens, xray, virus, drugs, environment
Mental retardation prenatal-(abnormalities, environmental, maternal), perinatal-(low birth weight, premature, trauma,seizures distress), postnatal-(infections and toxins, environmental brain damage)
Emotional/Behavioral disorders biological(injury, infection, lead poisoning, poor nutrition, exposure to toxins) or genetic, environmental-maltreatment, poverty, abuse
ADHD neurological dysfunction,herediary factors, environmental-(maternal smoking, alcohol abuse, lead poisoning, low birth weight, prematurity.
Autism Spectrum Disorders No single cause, genetic contributions along with abnormal brain chemistry and development suspected. Genetic contributions.
Hearing impairments Genetic, heredity,infections, developmental, environmental/traumatic
visual impairments congenital, genetic, or traumatic. Caused by disease, infection
Physical and Health disabilities Chromosomal, genetic, teratogenic, prematurity,birth complications, acquired causes(trauma, child abuse, infections, environmental toxins, and disease.
Created by: LFalone