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    • What Impact can Brain Damage Have On Your Ability to Learn?
    • What Impact can Brain Damage have on your Ability to Learn? Brain damage has been known to take away some of our important survival skills and to make ourselves uncomfortable about who we are. It is known be one of the most fatal diseases of all time.
    • Damage to your Frontal Lobe can lead to: Damage to your Parietal Lobe can lead to:
      • little facial expression
      • difficulty in speaking
      • right/left confusion
      • difficulty with writing and solving mathematical problems
      • mix up of languages
      • harm many self care skills including dressing and washing
      • difficulty making things
      • strange drawing ability
      • loss of strength in the arms, hands and fingers
    • Damage to your Occipital Lobe can lead to:
      • visual illusions
      • can take form of objects that are smaller or bigger than they actually are
      • objects that have unusual colouring or lack of colour
      • word blindness (unable to see words.)
      Damage to your Temporal Lobe can lead to:
      • difficulty placing words and pictures into categories
      • loss of talking
      • bad memory status
    • Damage to your Cerebellum can lead to:
      • slow and uncoordinated movements
      • swaying and staggering when walking
      • not being able to judge distance and when to stop
      • tendency toward falling
      • weak muscles
      • slurred speech
      • unnatural eye movements.
    • How is Brain Damage Caused? Brain damage is known worldwide that sometimes it could affect some of our ability to learn:
      • Writing
      • Reading
      • Running
      • no strength in upper body
      Brain damage can be caused by a wide range of conditions:
      • illnesses
      • injuries
    • All of these things could cause brain damage. Close-Up Aneurysm
      • Strokes
      • Aneurysm (when a balloon like bulge of a blood vessel appears caused by disease)
      • physical trauma (traumatic brain injury)
      • surgeries
    • How Fatal Can It Be?
      • Brain damage is known be one of worst diseases of all time.
      • Some of these diseases are not so bad and can be cured within a certain amount of time.
      • It can be varied from weak to very strong in which it could even be possible to cause death .
    • How can Brain Damage be Cured? There are many ways that brain damage can be cured. Some include:
      • surgery
      • pills
      • injections
      Some diseases are not so bad and can be cured within a curtain amount of time. But unfortunately some types of brain damage will not be able to be cured in any way.
    • Links and URLs   * http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brain_injury * http://neuroskills.com/ * http://newhorizons.org/ * http://www.cerebralpalsycptreatmentcure.com/ * http://www.waiting.com/brainanatomy.html
    • Questions?
    • POP QUIZ!!! Lets see what you have remembered! Q1. What are the THREE things that could be used to cure brain damage that are written in this powerpoint? Q2. What is one of the things you could have problems with if you damage your Parietal Lobe?
    • Q3. Can you die from brain damage? Why? Q4. What was the fertile question for this presentation? Q5. How many pictures in total were in this powerpoint?
    • Thanks For Watching My Powerpoint Presentation!