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Who has a Disability Categories of Disabilities. Ms. Boldt. Who has a Disability Categories of Disabilities. Autism Deafness Deafness-Blindness Hearing Impairment Multiple Disabilities Orthopedic Impairment Other Health Impairment Tourette’s Syndrome Emotional Disturbance

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Who has a disability categories of disabilities

Who has a Disability Categories of Disabilities

Ms. Boldt


Who has a disability categories of disabilities1

Who has a Disability Categories of Disabilities

  • Autism

  • Deafness

  • Deafness-Blindness

  • Hearing Impairment

  • Multiple Disabilities

  • Orthopedic Impairment

  • Other Health Impairment

  • Tourette’s Syndrome

  • Emotional Disturbance

  • Specific Learning Disabilities

  • Speech or Language Impairment

  • Traumatic Brain Injury

  • Visual Impairment including blindness

  • Pervasive Developmental Disorder


Who has a disability categories of disabilities

Signs of Learning Disability

  • trouble leaning the alphabet, rhyming word or connecting letters to their sounds

  • Many mistakes when reading aloud and repeat and pauses often

  • Not understanding when he or she read

  • Real trouble with spelling

  • Vey messy handwriting or hold a pencil awkwardly

  • Struggles to express ideas in writing

  • Leaning language late or a limited vocabulary

  • Trouble remembering the sound that letters make or hearing slight differences between words

  • Trouble understanding jokes, comic strips and sarcasm

  • Mispronounces word or uses a wrong work that sounds similar

  • Trouble organizing what he or she want to say or not able to think of the work that is needed

  • for writing or conversation

  • Not follow the social rules of conversation: taking turns or standing to close for a conversation

  • Confused math symbols and misreads number

  • Not being able to retell a story in order

  • Not knowing where to begin a task or how to go from where they are at


Tips for parents

Tips for Parents

  • Give your child the chance to excel or just have fun in things outside of the classroom, let them be kids

  • Help them learn thought their strengths

  • Meet with other parents that have a child with the same disability

  • Develop a plan with the school and the child


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