ISBN-10:
0534348378
ISBN-13:
2900534348372
Pub. Date:
03/20/2000
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Meeting Physical and Health Needs of Children with Disabilities: Teaching Student Participation and Management / Edition 1

Meeting Physical and Health Needs of Children with Disabilities: Teaching Student Participation and Management / Edition 1

by Kathryn W. Heller

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ISBN-13: 2900534348372
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Publication date: 03/20/2000
Series: Special Education Series
Edition description: 1 ED
Pages: 448
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

Table of Contents

Prefacexvii
About the Authorsxix
Part IInstructional And Health Issues1
1Promoting Health in Students with Disabilities3
Description of Health Problems and Their Impact4
Equipment, Assistive Strategies, and Instructional Strategies11
Management Issues15
Summary24
2Promoting Independence through the Use of Instructional Strategies25
Assessment and Content Selection26
Discrepancy Analysis30
Instructional Strategies36
Collecting Data46
Error Correction and Analysis49
Expanding Instruction50
Summary52
3Communication for Physical and Health Needs53
Description of Augmentative Communication54
Equipment and Adaptive Equipment for AAC55
Assistive Strategies to Promote Communication58
Instructional Strategies for AAC64
Summary66
4Medications and Procedures for Administration67
Description of Medications and Administration Considerations70
Equipment and Assistive Strategies for Medication Administration75
Instructional Strategies89
Problems and Emergencies90
Management Issues94
Summary96
Part IIPhysical And Management Skills97
5Lifting, Carrying, and Transferring99
Description of Lifting, Carrying, and Transferring100
Equipment and Adaptive Equipment for Lifting and Transferring100
Assistive Strategies for Lifting, Carrying, and Transferring103
Instructional Strategies for Lifting112
Lifting Problems and Emergencies114
Management Issues for Lifting and Transferring115
Summary116
6Proper Handling and Positioning117
Muscle Tone and Primitive Reflexes117
Purpose and Goals of Proper Handling and Positioning119
Description of Principles of Handling121
Assistive Strategies for Therapeutic Handling122
Principles of Positioning125
Supine Positioning126
Side-Lying Positioning128
Prone Positioning129
Sitting Positioning131
Standing136
Assistive Strategies for Transitioning between Positions139
Positioning Materials140
Instructional Strategies for Handling and Positioning144
Handling and Positioning Problems and Emergencies145
Management Issues for Handling and Positioning145
Summary148
7Mobility149
Description of Mobility Considerations150
Equipment and Adaptive Equipment for Mobility151
Assistive Strategies to Promote Mobility163
Instructional Strategies for Mobility176
Mobility Problems and Emergencies177
Management Issues for Mobility178
Summary180
Part IIIBasic Self-Help Skills and Related Health Procedures181
8Eating and Feeding Techniques183
Factors Affecting Eating and Feeding186
Equipment and Adaptive Equipment for Feeding and Eating190
Assistive Strategies for Feeding192
Instructional Strategies and Modifications for Eating198
Equipment and Adaptive Equipment for Drinking203
Assistive Strategies for Drinking204
Instructional Strategies and Modifications for Drinking206
Eating and Feeding Problems and Emergencies210
Management Issues for Feeding and Eating215
Summary219
9Tube Feeding220
Description of Tube Feeding221
Equipment and Adaptive Equipment for Performing Tube Feeding225
Assistive Strategies for Performing Tube Feeding227
Instructional Strategies and Modifications for Tube Feeding234
Tube Feeding Problems and Emergencies235
Management Issues for Tube Feeding239
Summary242
10Toilet Training243
Description of Toilet Training246
Assistive Devices for Toilet Training247
Assistive Strategies for Toilet Training249
Instructional Strategies for Toilet Training251
Toileting Problems and Emergencies258
Management Issues for Toilet Training260
Summary264
11Urinary Catheterization and Urinary Collection Devices265
Description of Clean Intermittent Catheterization (CIC)267
Equipment and Adaptive Equipment for CIC268
Assistive Strategies for Clean Intermittent Catheterization269
Instructional Strategies and Modifications for CIC273
CIC Problems and Emergencies276
Description of Crede278
Assistive Strategies for Crede278
Instructional Strategies and Modifications for Crede279
Crede Problems and Emergencies280
Description of the External Urinary Catheter280
Equipment and Adaptive Equipment for External Urinary Catheters281
Assistive Strategies for Using an External Urinary Catheter281
Instructional Strategies and Modifications for Using an External Urinary Catheter284
External Urinary Catheter Problems and Emergencies284
Description for Use of an Indwelling Catheter284
Assistive Strategies for Indwelling Catheterization285
Instructional Strategies and Modifications for Indwelling Catheterization285
Indwelling Catheterization Problems and Emergencies285
Management Issues for Urinary Catheterization and Use of Collection Devices286
Summary288
12Colostomies and Other Ostomies289
Description of Ostomies290
Equipment and Adaptive Equipment for Ostomies293
Assistive Strategies for Ostomies295
Instructional Strategies and Modifications for Emptying and Changing a Colostomy Bag299
Colostomy Problems and Emergencies301
Management Issues for Ostomies303
Summary306
Part IVInstruction in Respiratory Procedures307
13Tracheostomies309
Description of Tracheostomies310
Equipment and Adaptive Equipment for Tracheostomies312
Assistive Strategies for Tracheostomy Stoma Care314
Assistive Strategy for Changing the Tracheostomy Ties316
Assistive Strategy for Cleaning/Changing an Inner Cannula318
Assistive Strategy for Changing/Cleaning the Tracheostomy Tube320
Assistive Strategy for Suctioning a Tracheostomy321
Instructional Strategies and Modifications for Tracheostomies320
Tracheostomy Problems and Emergencies324
Management Issues for Tracheostomies330
Summary333
14Managing Respiratory Secretions334
Description of Suctioning337
Equipment and Adaptive Equipment for Suctioning339
Assistive Strategies for Tracheostomy or Nasotracheal Suctioning341
Assistive Strategies for Nasal and Oral Suctioning with a Straight Catheter348
Suctioning with Other Devices353
Instructional Strategies and Modifications for Suctioning357
Suctioning Problems and Emergencies359
Management Issues for Managing Respiratory Secretions360
Summary363
15Oxygen Management364
Description of Oxygen Therapy366
Equipment and Adaptive Equipment for Oxygen Delivery366
Assistive Strategies for Oxygen Delivery370
Instructional Strategies and Modifications for Oxygen Delivery373
Oxygen Problems and Emergencies376
Management Issues for Oxygen Delivery378
Summary380
16Ventilator Management382
Description of Ventilators383
Equipment and Adaptive Equipment for Ventilator Management384
Assistive Strategies for Ventilator Management385
Assistive Strategies for Changing the Ventilator Circuit389
Instructional Strategies and Modifications391
Ventilator Problems and Emergencies393
Management Issues for Ventilators395
Summary398
References399
Glossary410
Index415

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