How do you think scientific inventions aimed at improving the quality of life of those with Intellectual Disability can be in conflict with their individual rights?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 4:45 am ad1c9bdddf
Scientific inventions can be very beneficial. However, when scientific inventions become a requirement for certain people to have to use, this could come into conflict with individual rights. For example, a person who has a minimal intellectual capacity may be forced to take certain medication or use ...
How do you think scientific inventions aimed at improving the quality of life of those with Intellectual Disability can be in conflict with their individual rights?
Benchmark Assessment for Intellectual Disability
Significant Connections for Families of an ID Child (Benchmark Assessment)
a) Interview a teacher of students with Intellectual Disability. Specifically, focus your interview questions concerning the impact an individual with Intellectual Disability has on family structure. You may also want to center your questions on the collaborative skills necessary for teachers to possess when interacting with families who have a child with Intellectual Disability.
b) Next, attend an IEP meeting and/or conference for a student with Intellectual Disability.
i) During the meeting, note the interactions that take place, facilitation skills that are employed during the meeting and the manner in which information is disseminated to parents.
ii) According to what you have learned in this course, are these interactions, skills, etc. appropriate in terms of effective interactions with parents of children with Intellectual Disability?
iii) Write a response that chronicles your observations and reactions, using your text and notes from lectures, and your recommendations to foster better collaboration with regard to what you observed in the meeting.