Description
Characteristics of Learners with Severe and Profound Disabilities
3 Undergraduate Credits
A survey of the medical educational, behavioral, and epidemiological aspects of the most frequently occurring syndromes that are associated with severe and profound disabling conditions, emphasizing the role of genetic and environmental factors in the causation and prevention of these syndromes and the role of special education and other disciplines in their treatment. Course topics include child-find systems for locating, identifying, assessing, and referring individuals to specialized services, services and programs available, the legal and legislative requirements placed on these services, and procedures for locating and using the professional literature.
Details
Grading Basis
Graded
Units
3
Component
Lecture - Required
Offering
Course
SPED 211
Academic Group
School of Education
Academic Organization
Special Education
Campus
Coppin State University