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Extractions: Special Education Comprehensive Examination Emotional/Behavioral Disorders Tasks: Develop a scenario that indicates your understanding of the characteristics, learning styles, behaviors, and the assessment procedures used to determine eligibility for a student who has an emotional or behavioral disorder. You must identify the type of disorder and generate assessment data that indicate that the student qualifies a person with an emotional or behavior disorder. Select an academic and a behavioral area for which the student in the scenario above demonstrates difficulty. List the students current competencies and current deficits related to the academic and behavioral areas identified above. Develop an Individualized Education Program (IEP) for the student described above. For the Academic and Behavioral Areas Targeted above, identify two (2) annual goals and two (2) short-term objectives (i.e., one goal and objective related to academics and one goal and objective related to behavior) to teach the annual goals identified. Goals and objectives must be written correctly according to behavioral format.
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Extractions: Attention Deficit Disorder, or ADD - ADHD, the most commonly diagnosed behavioral disorder of childhood (National Institute of Health) is estimated to affect 3 to 5 percent of school-aged children. Dr. Russell Barkley, Director of Psychology and Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology at the University of Massachusetts, a leading author, researcher, and diagnostician in the treatment of ADD has said: "ADHD is real, a real disorder, a real problem, often a real obstacle. It can be heartbreaking and nerve-wracking". As anyone who suffers from ADD, and anyone who cares for someone with ADD can attest, Dr. Barkley correctly states the emotional toll that this disorder can take. All aspects of daily living and family life are touched when a family member is affected with ADD. In this section we will provide information on how to identify ADD, how ADD is treated, the societal implications of ADD, methods and procedures to deal with the same, some common misconceptions of ADD, and we will provide resources for getting support and help. On its most basic level, Attention Deficit Disorder or ADD consists of the symptoms of poor attention span and impulsive behavior. Hyperactivity may or may not be present. Is ADD treatable? The answer is "yes". Is ADD curable? At this present time, there is no cure for ADD.