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Meeting Disability A European Response (Cassell Education Series) by Patrick Daunt

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Published by Cassell .
Written in English


  • Disability: social aspects,
  • EU (European Union),
  • Services For The Mentally & Physically Challenged (General),
  • Education

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages208
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10320366M
ISBN 100304324825
ISBN 109780304324828

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  Learning Disability and other Intellectual Impairments is the first book of its kind to explore the similarities and parallels between the needs of people with various types of intellectual impairments as they encounter health services. The Blue Book is the SSA’s list of medical conditions that automatically qualify a person for disability benefits. If your condition does not meet a listing in the Blue Book, there are still ways in which your disability benefits claim could be approved. This list of tips may help you to file a successful claim. Tip #1: See your doctor often. Meeting the Needs of English Learners with Disabilities Resource Book By This resource book is intended as a tool to assist both regular and special educators to that ELs were overrepresented in intellectual disability, learning disabilities, and speech /. Most experienced disability lawyers use custom listing checklists, or they work with your doctor in completing a written report. What Happens if You Meet a Listing? Many, but not all, disability claimants with a listing level condition are approved early on in the process. Some are approved within a few months after applying.

SSA Blue Book Listings. With such a wide variation of disorders and conditions, the Social Security Administration created a guide for their own representatives and other physicians to determine if an applicant potentially qualifies for disability benefits. Meeting a Blue Book Listing. Many Social Security disability benefit applicants receive benefits by meeting a listing in the Blue Book, which is the official SSA guidebook of known disabilities. Parkinson's is specifically referenced in Listing Parkinsonism. To qualify, you must meet one of the following medical criteria. An estimated 20 million people in the United States suffer from some form of neuropathy, also called peripheral neuropathy. The symptoms of peripheral neuropathy vary extensively from person to person. For some people, their neuropathy may only be a minor annoyance. For others, neuropathy may be extremely painful and debilitating, rendering the individual unable to work.   A: In the book I say that this history has, in part, established disability in mainly legal and medical terms. This means that disability isn’t seen as an identity as much as it is seen as a diagnosis, and this diagnosis is seen to have -- not cultural or social values -- but legal requirements attached to it; minimum legal requirements.