It will depend on the type of disability that the child has. They may have a hearing or seeing impairment or a physical or learning disability. Children or young people may be subjected to prejudice or discrimination which could lead to them being bullied or treated differently, this in turn could affect their learning skills, self confidence and development. In the past the medical model of disability meant that opportunities for learning and development where few and far between. Today there is a different approach to disabilities and most settings look at different ways in which they can help with learning and development and to give children as many opportunities as possible.
This is not the case, although there can be an overlap between the two they are not the same thing. When we talk about a child being Disabled we are talking about them having a physical impairment that hinders them or a mental impairment, and although both of these can lead to developmental delays it does not mean a child has special educational needs. “research suggests that about 6-7% of children are disabled. Children and young people with the most complex needs will require specialist services. They will require support with their health, education or physical, intellectual, emotional, social or behavioural development due to disabilities including: • Multiple and complex health needs or chronic illness • Sensory impairment such as hearing loss, visual impairment or deaf/blindness • A significant and long term learning difficulty • A physical disability • Autistic spectrum disorder • A severe communication disorder, or • A
INTRODUCTION Autism Spectrum disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder which includes three main features problem with socialization, problem with communication, repetitive and inflexible behaviour. A child with autism spectrum disorder use non speech behaviours and they have difficulty to make eye contact, facial expression. The peer group interaction of an autistic child is far behind a normal child. They may not respond, when other people try to get their attention. These all features make barriers in the child ability to take part in socialization.
This would also further play into the fear that a child would have due to the mature themes that they would not understand. To conclude, many kids would not understand the material presented in the book and start to have incorrect thoughts in their
One may have problems with understanding words, being understood, speaking certain words, and difficulty with reading and writing. Along with trouble of speech, there is trouble with sensory process such as the movement of parts of your body, making it hard for the muscles to cooperate and may cause it to not function at all as
Some frequencies that you hear will make you have difficulties doing basic everyday things. You may have difficulties concentrating and you might lose your focus. You may have difficulties remembering certain things and have short-term memory loss. You might lose your confidence and not stand up to challenges. Ear dysfunctions are also serious things that affect your body.
o Hearing impairment: Hearing is a critical part of language development, communication and learning. If hearing loss occurs from birth then it is more serious, but if identified early enough and detected early enough it isn’t quite as serious. So how does hearing impairment affect development? It delays development of receptive and expressive communication skills; it causes learning problems that result in reduced academic achievement; communication problems can lead to being socially isolated or having poor self-esteem, self-worth, or have an impact on vocational
Define childhood apraxia and causes. A. Apraxia of speech is a motor speech disorder in which a child with CAS has trouble saying what he or she wants to say correctly and consistently. It is not due to paralysis of muscles in the face, tongue, lips, or jaw. Instead, their brains have problems planning the movement of the lips, jaw, and tongue to create sounds, syllables, and words (Citation #1 - Dunkelberger). B.
In addition to this, they may find it difficult to get there because of how far away they live or if, due to mobility problems, they cannot walk a short distance to get there. A cultural or language barrier would be if the person trying to receive the care doesn’t speak English, and the information about the services is written only in English. Also, the information may include text that is too sophisticated for that person to understand. That person may also be suffering with a problem such as dyslexia. Resource barriers are if an individual cannot access a service due a lack of money or staff.