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Course Description

This course begins with an overview of typical child development through early adolescence and the issues that present in
instruction. Throughout the course, candidates will learn about atypical development and the impact on education. Within the
education system, candidates will encounter children who have physical and/or brain injuries as well as those who may have
sensory impairments. Strategies will be discussed so that those children can access the general education curriculum to the
extent possible. Candidates will also learn strategies and accommodations/modifications for working with children with serious
medical issues and working with families. Course content includes medical and health problems evolving from perinatal
developmental risk factors, and/or chronic medical conditions. Introduction to the medical team functions, interpretation of
medical histories; specialized medical equipment and feeding procedures; handling children with physical disabilities; family
reactions and coping strategies; and community resources are addressed. Candidates will learn about the federal, state and
local policies regarding working with specialized health care.

Notes

This course was formerly known as 411DA Atypical/Typical with Health Aspects Development & Assessment.

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Eligible candidates must have an approved application on file in order to enroll in this course
Section Title
Intro Atypical/Typical with Health Aspects
Type
Online
Days
Sa
Time
8:30AM to 2:00PM
Dates
Jul 06, 2024 to Jul 27, 2024
Type
Online
Days
Sa
Time
8:30AM to 2:00PM
Dates
Aug 03, 2024
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
16.5
Location
  • Online
Delivery Options
Online  
Course Fee(s)
24-25 EPIC credit (1 units) $640.00
Available for Credit
1 units
Drop Request Deadline
Jul 05, 2024
Transfer Request Deadline
Jul 05, 2024
Instructors
  • Alma Ellis
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