Una Introducción Sencilla a los Impedimentos Fisicos y de Salud [Spanish translations of handouts/overheads for A Simple Introduction for Physical Health Impairments]
Avis Young Bembry, Steven E. Daley
Intended for use in Florida training programs for Spanish speaking caregivers of infants and toddlers with disabilities, these handouts describes some of the more common physical and health impairments that can affect young children. They accompany the English material A Simple Introduction to Physical Health Impairments. For each disability, the description generally stresses typical characteristics and special requirements. Addresses and telephone numbers of relevant organizations as well as one or more references are also provided for each condition. Conditions described are: cerebral palsy, cystic fibrosis, Down Syndrome, infantile autism, juvenile diabetes mellitus, muscular dystrophy - Duchenne type, prematurity, scoliosis, seizure disorders, and spina bifida. An additional section defines terms used with children having disabilities. Also included are a list of local Florida diagnostic and learning resource system centers, a glossary, and an index.
Avis Young Bembry, Steven E. Daley. Una Introducción Sencilla a los Impedimentos Fisicos y de Salud [Spanish translations of handouts/overheads for A Simple Introduction for Physical Health Impairments] (1991). Florida Department of Education: Tallahassee, FL.
Formats Available: Printed Material
(For trainers who reside in Florida, the materials are free, and for trainers outside Florida, the material can be ordered for price ranging from $3.60 to 7.40 per copy )
Florida Department of Education
The Clearinghouse/Information Center, Bureau of Education for Exceptional Students
Division of Public Schools, Florida Department of Education
Phone: (850) 488-1879Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax: (850) 487-2194
Languages Available: Spanish
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