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EEX2000 February 16

by: Tori Ruby

EEX2000 February 16 EEX2000

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Notes taken on February 16 that continue on the topic of disabilities in the home
Impact of disabilities: home, community and workplace
Penny R Cox
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Tori Ruby on Saturday March 12, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to EEX2000 at University of Florida taught by Penny R Cox in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see Impact of disabilities: home, community and workplace in Special Education at University of Florida.


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Date Created: 03/12/16
February 16, 2016  Parents of children with disabilities o Report greater levels of stress o Some service organizations report frequent requests for respite care from parents with disabilities o Parents have the responsibility of providing care for their children who have disabilities o Different disabilities require various types of care needs  Day care for children with disabilities o Day care concerns are complicated o Parents of children with disabilities have added concerns  Education for children with disabilities o Learning problems can result iin additional stressors related to school experiences o Emotional/ behavioral problems can result in additional stressors o Educational services are provided under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEIA)  Services can range from age 0-21  Parents must consent to any services provided  IDEIA requires parent participation in developing educational programs o Parents need to be involved in planning their child’s life after their school carreer ends. This is called transition planning  Transition planning is done through the school in collaboration with families, community members, etc Resilient families o Characteristics of resilient families  Withstand hardships  Rebound from adversity  Become tronger and more resourceful  Develop Routines Rules Rituals “Criterion referenced” perspective Respite care and children with disabilities o Respite care is short term, temporary care provided to people with disabilities in order that their families can take a break from the daily routine of caregiving… Respite care enables families to take vacations, or just a few hours of time off o Respite care can be provided  In or out of the home  Throughout the life-span o Respite care providers vary o Respite care benefits families


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