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  • 1. Rosa Margarita Mijango Santiago Yellow0901@hotmail.com Task 3.3Symptoms of disability:Talks excessively and has difficulty remaining in a HYPERACTIVITYseated positionImpulsivity: tends to interrupt others ADHDExtremely disorderly or compulsively orderly. DYSLEXIC LEARNERUse of manual means of communication DEAFUse of magnifier when reading BLINDNESSinappropriate or minimal social interactions ASPERGER’S SYNDROMEFails to follow directions and/or finish assignments and INATTENTIONtasksMakes careless mistakes and disregards details in INATTENTIONeveryday activities and lesson workconversations almost always revolving around self ASPERGER’S SYNDROMErather than otherslack of social or emotional reciprocity AUTISMUse of visual assistive technology – Braille Devices BLINDNESSMobility dependence and need of walking assistant PHYSICAL DISABILITYComplains of feeling or seeing non-existent movement VISUAL READING AND SPELLINGwhile reading, writing, or copying.Problems making sounds can be substituted, left off, ARTICULATION DISORDERadded or changed. ADHD Behaviour relevant to languageProblems reading small print learning-readingFocus on the speakers lips in communication HEARING-SPEED
  • 2. PERCEPTION(UNDERSTANDING)Trouble with writing or copying; pencil grip is unusual; DYSLEXIC-WRITING AND MOTOR SKILLShandwriting varies or is illegiblerestricted, repetitive, and stereotyped patterns of AUTISMbehaviorCategories of disabilities:problems reading small print COGNITIVE AND LEARNING DISABILITIES EMOTIONAL,BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIALImpulsivity: tends to interrupt others DIFFICULTIESTalks excessively and has difficulty remaining in a seated EMOTIONAL,BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIALposition DIFFICULTIESFails to follow directions and/or finish assignments and EMOTIONAL,BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIALtasks DIFFICULTIESExtremely disorderly or compulsively orderly. COGNITIVE AND LEARNING DISABILITIESrestricted, repetitive, and stereotyped patterns of COMMUNICATION AND INTERACTIONbehavior DIFFICULTIESMakes careless mistakes and disregards details in EMOTIONAL,BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIALeveryday activities and lesson work DIFFICULTIES COMMUNICATION AND INTERACTIONinappropriate or minimal social interactions DIFFICULTIESTrouble with writing or copying; pencil grip is unusual; COGNITIVE AND LEARNING DISABILITIEShandwriting varies or is illegible SENSORY DIFFICULTIES AND PHYSICALMobility dependence and need of walking assistant DIFFICULTIES. SENSORY DIFFICULTIES AND PHYSICALUse of manual means of communication DIFFICULTIES. SENSORY DIFFICULTIES AND PHYSICALVoice problems, speak too loudly or not loud enough DIFFICULTIES. SENSORY DIFFICULTIES AND PHYSICALUse of visual assistive technology – Braille Devices DIFFICULTIES.conversations almost always revolving around self rather COMMUNICATION AND INTERACTION
  • 3. than others DIFFICULTIES SENSORY DIFFICULTIES AND PHYSICALfocus on the speaker’s lips in communication DIFFICULTIES.Complains of feeling or seeing non-existent movement COGNITIVE AND LEARNING DISABILITIESwhile reading, writing, or copying.Problems making sounds. Sounds can be substituted, COGNITIVE AND LEARNING DISABILITIESleft off, added or changed. COMMUNICATION AND INTERACTIONlack of social or emotional reciprocity DIFFICULTIES