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Physical Exceptionalities

Instructional Strategies to Support Students with Mobility Impairment
Format:Online resource
Topic:Mobility Impairment
Intended Audience:Teachers, especially at the university, middle and secondary levels
Synopsis:

This resource provides teaching suggestions for working with students with mobility impairment.

Physical Activities for Young People With Severe Disabilities
Year:2011
Author:Lindsay K. Canales & Rebecca K. Lytle
Format:Book
Topic:Ready-to-use activities to use with students with severe physical disabilities
Intended Audience:Teachers and paraprofessionals
Synopsis:

This book will help teachers provide high-quality physical education with severe physical disabilities.

Physical Disabilities – the Ultimate Teen Guide
Author:Scarecrow Press Inc.
Format:Book
Topic:Advice to teens about how to navigate high school and the transitions to post-secondary institutions or to the world of work with a physical disability
Intended Audience:Students, teachers, paraprofessionals
Synopsis:

The issues rising from family, school, and relationships are the same for most teens whether they have physical disabilities or not. This book explores the extrat obstacles that confront teens with visual, hearing, and physical disabilities and they ways they surmount them.

When You Have a Visually Impaired Student in Your Classroom – A guide for paraeducators
Year:2004
Author:Joanne Russotti & Rona Shaw
Format:Book
Topic:Teaching children with vision impairments
Intended Audience:Teachers and paraprofessionals of all grade levels
Synopsis:

This easy-to-understand guide explains the role of paraeducators in working with students who are visually impaired and assisting other members of the educational team.