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          学生残疾服务, Book titles such as what matters in college, on course, the rise of the creative
          学生残疾服务

          残疾的认识

          • Few disabilities affect all areas of functioning. Most students find only a narrow range of activity affected by their particular disability.
          • Many persons find themselves feeling awkward, fearful, or self-conscious when interacting with persons with disabilities. Remember that simple common sense, courtesy, caring and experience will reduce these initial reactions.
          • Avoid actions that call attention to disabilities. An example would be: insisting that a student with a spinal cord injury sit "up front" where attention is drawn to the disability, or discussing the disability in front of the class.
        • Misconceptions and/or lack of knowledge concerning persons with disabilities occur frequently throughout society. Remember that the term "disabled" is not synonymous with cognitive impairment.
        • Remember that some students with disabilities will avoid the process of identification and/or accommodation to avoid being "labeled."
        • 504 Gateway Time-out

          The following is a list of unacceptable and preferred language to use when referring to persons with disabilities.

          长期不可接受 首选术语
          残障人士 残疾人
          蒙古人 人患有唐氏综合症
          盲,聋,延缓 Person with a visual impairment, hearing disability Person with an Intellectual Disability
          病人情况 客户端,个人消费
          坐在轮椅
          坐轮椅
          轮椅受害者
          人谁使用轮椅
          又聋又哑,聋,哑

          人有听力及/或言语障碍

          CP,痉挛 人脑瘫
          癫痫发作 人用癫痫症

          禁用神话,奥特曼,等。人。)

          504 Gateway Time-out

          3个成见或神话 是常见的关于残疾人:

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