She received many complaints from teachers who were unable to keep her focused-on learning to read and write. She did bring up one teacher at her school in Kindergarten helped her finally understand writing. Samantha stated, “Mrs. Sharp made an impact on my life,” explaining how Mrs. Sharp and her sounded out each word until she understood. While she doesn’t have as much time to be able to write like she used to, Samantha enjoys writing to express her pent-up emotions, allowing her frustrations to flow onto a paper.
The leak or rupture may be caused by conditions that affect the blood vessels. Examples include uncontrolled hypertension, aneurysms, and over treatment with anticoagulants. Types of hemorrhagic strokes are intracerebral stroke and subarachnoid stroke. Intracerebral is when a blood vessel in the brain bursts and spills into the surrounding brain tissue. This results in the damage of brain cells and including the cells beyond the spill which then, aren’t able receive enough blood.
This is where the injury to the brain is caused by an alternative condition other than a traumatic injury to the brain itself. Examples of these conditions are in instances where the brain is deprived of oxygen in which cases brain tissue begins to die. It can also be a condition in which the brain tissue is directly attacked. Specific examples would include a stroke, heart attack, drug overdose or severe brain infections such as meningitis, just to mention a few. Finally, the vegetative state can be a as a result of progressive brain damage.
With this type of Dementia, the symptoms can be very different due to how badly the blood vessel are damaged after having the stroke. ii. In the scholarly article, Risk Factors for Vascular Dementia and Alzheimer Disease, written by Phillip B Gorelick and publish in October 2004. It mentions that Vascular Dementia have terrible effects on the brain and your cognitive abilities. iii.
Introduction Ischemic colitis is damage to the large intestine due to reduced blood flow (ischemia) to the colon. The colon is the last section of the large intestine, where stool is formed. The reduced blood flow may lead to the death of cells (necrosis) in the lining of the colon, damaging the colon and often causing bleeding. Most cases of ischemic colitis are temporary. In other cases, blood flow does not improve, and parts of the colon start to die.
Many concerns have centered in on the possible links between repeated concussions and chronic traumatic encephalopathy or CPE. Chronic traumatic encephalopathy is a serious, degenerative brain disease that affects a person’s ability to think. Chronic traumatic encephalopathy involves the progressive brain damage, particularly in the frontal region of the brain, which controls many functions including people’s judgement, emotion, impulsive control, social behavior and their memory. A signature feature of the disease is abnormal deposits of a protein called tau that accumulates around small blood vessels in brain crevices. Researchers believe that multiple blows to the head may dislodge the tau protein from the cell structure and cause it to form in clumps inside nerve cells.
The groups of ESO were arranged in individual rows and they were not used to work in groups. In addition, my mentor told me that it was very difficult to manage the ESO groups when planning speaking activities or games because of their disruptive attitude and their lack of interest. The group of Bachillerato, who was arranged in groups, worked better in these kinds of activities because of their English level and a more mature and responsible attitude Yet, students’ intervention was limited to answering or correcting exercises. I had the feeling that they were demanding opportunities for using the language in a more communicative
It affects numerous parts of you brain those including memory, language, vision, and behavior. The parietal lobe, frontal lobe and temporal lobe take damage from this disease. Alzheimer's destroys connections between the cell and the brain. To elaborate, Cells die in the outer layer called the cortex/Hippocampus. The outlook from Alzheimer's is rough, because it tends to get worse over
Anton was referred to a play therapist by school staff, citing their primary areas of concern being his attention deficit and uncontrolled aggression. Behaviours of particular concern included, but were not limited to: failing to concentrate and follow direction, lacking guilt in breaking the rules or hurting his peers, frequent arguing with teachers, a defiant attitude, a low frustration tolerance and sudden emotional outbursts. The play therapy adhered closely to the model taught through the National Institute for Relationship Enhancement (Guerney, 1983, 2001; Nordling, 2009) and was provided in school twice weekly during the nine-school weeks of treatment. Furthermore, the play therapy was child-centred, meaning that there was limited interference