Exceptional Children Study Set 1

Psychology

Quiz 11 :
Attention-Deficithyperactivity Disorder, Health Impairments, and Physical Disabilities

Quiz 11 :
Attention-Deficithyperactivity Disorder, Health Impairments, and Physical Disabilities

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Which of the following statements about orthopedic impairments is true?
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B

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All of the following are disability categories that students with ADHD may be served under except _____.
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A

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What percentage of children received special education services for other health impairments during the 2012-2013 school year?
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C

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The most prevalent physical disability in school aged children is _____.
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Aaron has cerebral palsy. He is able to use his arms and hands quite well but he has braces on both legs that support him when he walks. His condition would be described as _____.
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Which of the following statements about clean intermittent catheterization is most accurate?
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Which of the following statements about muscular dystrophy is true?
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Mrs. Little is concerned about Derrick, a student with spina bifida in her fifth grade class. He wears a shunt to prevent hydrocephalus. He used to be friendly and outgoing, but lately he has been withdrawn and irritable. He also seems drowsy in class and has been complaining of headaches. Derrick's behaviors may indicate that _____.
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According to the National Spinal Cord Injury Statistics Center, most spinal cord injuries are the result of _____.
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Gina is a student with epilepsy. Her teacher took her to the nurse because she was wandering around the playground shouting at students. Her eyes were open but she did not seem to know what she was doing. Gina was not able to tell the nurse anything about the incident. Which type of seizure did her teacher probably witness?
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Which best describes an aura?
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Which licensed health professional is involved in the development and maintenance of the motor skills, movement, and posture of students with physical disabilities?
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Which is the common clause that appears in each IDEA definition?
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Grant is a high school student with diabetes. During chemistry class, he becomes irritable for no apparent reason. He appears to be drowsy and complains of being nauseated. What should the teacher do to help Grant?
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Which of the following accounts for more hospitalizations than any other childhood disease and is the leading cause of school absenteeism?
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Why must children with cystic fibrosis undergo physiotherapy?
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Which of the following is not described in the textbook as associated with seizures in otherwise healthy people?
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What is the most likely cause for the increase in Type 2 diabetes in children?
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Amelia is eight years old. She has a very short attention span. Her teacher reports that she frequently stares out the window and that she loses her place when reading. She often asks for directions to be repeated and appears startled when called on in class. Which subtype of ADHD is Amelia most likely to have?
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Which subtype of ADHD are students diagnosed with the most?
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