This is a large complete resource package for the delivery of the BTEC Level 3 Unit 12 - Supporting Individuals with Additional Needs Learning Aim A, A1, A2, A3 and A4. This package includes a 52 page Word booklet that can be adapted and altered to suit your teaching needs. It allows students to organise their notes and assignment planning, in one place. There are activities, research task and application, signposting learners to understand the assessment criteria.
To aid understanding, during delivery, there are ELEVEN powerpoints and relevant videos to engage learners. The package covers the below topics, in the Learning Aim A spec.A: Examine Reasons why individuals may experience additional needs
A1 Diagnosing or determining additional needs
• Definitions of mild, moderate, severe and profound learning disabilities.
• Diagnostic procedures, tools and standards used to diagnose a disability.
• Professional background, qualifications and experience of those undertaking the diagnosis and assessment.
• Parameters used to describe the diagnosed condition. This must include the type, causation, severity and stability over time, and prognosis of the condition.
A2 Cognitive and learning needs
• Learning difficulties, to include dyslexia, dyspraxia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
• Autism-spectrum disorders, to include Asperger syndrome, pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS) and childhood disintegrative disorder.
• Inherited conditions, to include Down’s syndrome, Huntington’s disease, dementia, Alzheimer’s.
• Needs of older people, to include memory loss, slower cognitive speed, life-long learning.
A3 Physical and health needs
• Needs of older people, to include arthritis, diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
• Health needs, to include physical needs cystic fibrosis, sickle cell disorders, stroke a mental illnesses.
• Sensory disabilities, to include deafness and hearing impairment, visual impairment.
• Accidents, to include paraplegia, loss of limb.
• Infectious diseases that can lead to individuals having additional needs.
• Problems during pregnancy and birth that can lead to individuals having additional needs.
A4 Social and emotional needs
• Needs generated from family circumstances, to include specific needs of looked-after children, bereavement, school refuser (non-attendance) and bullying.
• Needs generated by being elderly, to include loss of loved ones, fear of dying, family far away, isolation, lack of money.
• Needs affected by the learning environment.
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