HUS 120 - Disabilities: Birth to Adolescence3 Cr.
This course will familiarize students with the causation, assessment, and treatment of physical, emotional and cognitive disabilities experienced from birth through adolescence. An inter-disciplinary perspective including social work, rehabilitation, and exceptional education will be utilized in understanding the experiences of a person with a disability throughout the life stages of childhood and adolescence. Likewise, the role of the family member and helping professional will be addressed with an emphasis on the psycho-social aspects of disability. Major topics include socialization, legislation, demographics, intervention strategies, and ethical concerns. Also available as EDU 120. (Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters and also On-line.)
Pre-Requisites: AAC 042 and ENG 099 or waiver through testing.
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