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Emotional Impairment
condition exhibiting one or more characteristics over a long period of time and to a degree that affects the childs educational performance
Characteristics of a child with an EI
-inability to learn that cannot be explained
-inability to build or maintain interpersonal relationships
-inappropraite behaviors or feelings under normal circumstances
Externalizing Behaviors
Outbursts
Class Clown
Attention seeking
Rude
Internalizing Behaviors
Eating disorder
Self-injurious behavior
Depression
Suicide Issues
Low-incidence
Schizophrenia
Tourettes
Parts of the Ear
Inner, Middle, Outer
Conductive Loss
outer or inner ear problems which you can do something about
Sensory Neural Loss
damaged or missing cochlea hairs
Language Development Issues for a child with hearing impairment
Articulation
Vocabulary
Voice Control
Spoken Language
Assisted Listening Devices
Hearing Aids
Cochlear implants
Lip-reading
ASL
Hearing aids
Amplify sound
Difficulties children with HI have in the classroom
Background noises
Taking notes while listening
Getting oral directions
What can we do to help students with HI?
Use visuals
Write down directions
Emphasize key words
Check for understanding
Culturectomy
Big D Little d Deaf
Big D deaf
Community
Little d deaf
A person who hears nothing
What helps a child with a hearing impairment retrieve information?
Work banks
Multiple choice
Matching
Audiogram
Pitch on the top
Intensity on the left side
Pitch
Hertz-tone, high low value
Intensity
Decibels-how loud something is
EI Evaluation
-More than one setting
-Academic and Social Skill Assessment
-Include multiple people from the childs life
-Different assessment methods
What causes EI?
Home life
Genetics
Low Socio-economic status
Prenatal drug/alcohol use
Intervention ladder
You should use things like specific praise, ignoring, and contingent instructions. Don't use exclusion, punishments, or timeout
Self-determination
Skills a child will need to manage their behaviors such as:
-Self-evaluation/direction skills
-Dealing with stress
Deaf Blind
Combines hearing loss and vision impairment. An impairment in BOTH categories.
Vision Impairment
A child can see at 20/70 in their good eye after correction
Hearing Impairment
30dB hearing loss
-usually more severe hearing loss than vision impairment
Causes
Rubella
Born premature
Usher Syndrome
Usher Syndrome
hereditary, born deaf and cognitively impaired. vision deteriorates over time
Areas to work on with a DB child
Communication
Maximize hearing and vision
Maximize the skills they already have
Isolation
Anticipation
decreases startle and anxiety
Consistency
decreases confusion
increases speed of learning
sense of security
Tactile Cues
Touch and Object Cues
Object Cue
Shows a child what the next activity will be by using an object
Touch Cue
Touching the child in a specific way lets them know what you are about to do
What are the seven rules when working with a DB child?
1)Always let child know you are there
2)Identify yourself
3)Always let child know what is happening next
4)Encourage Independence
5)Allow them to make choices
6)Let child know an activity is over
7)Let child know when you are leaving