For this assignment, each student will write a paper that involves either an extensive interview with a person with a disability or an application of the principles of this course to at least two current events involving disability and/or people with disabilities. In this paper, students will integrate information from class readings and discussions with what they learn from the interviews or additional readings. The paper will synthesize academic material with the experiences of a person(s) with a disability. A brief proposal that provides the subject to be discussed, the person to be interviewed or the current events to be utilized will be due on June 30, 2020. If you would like to get started on your paper before then, your proposal may be submitted at any time. However, please do not begin work on your paper until your proposal has been approved. Please use in-text citations in American Psychological Association (APA) style, as shown in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.
Invisible disabilities include autism and I would like to get a perspective of my sister. She had been trying to have a doctor listen and advise her on some of the behavior she’s witnessed within my nephew . My nephew Darryl has been recently diagnosed with Autism, but my sister has tried to get my nephew the right help since he was three (if I remember correctly). I think I can use the resources I have learned throughout the course thus far to write a
1. What is it like to have a child with a disability?
2. Are you familiar with the models of disability?
3. Has your child recognized any differences since his diagnosis? How/when do you plan to inform him of his disability?
4. What does it mean to be a parent with a disability?
5. What costs have you incurred after his
6. Does your child have an established IEP?
7. What made you look into an autism diagnostic for D? Autism is considered an Invisible disability. How did you recognize behavior associated with Autism?
8. Have you experienced any psychiatric disabilities after your child’s diagnosis?
9. What are the stigmas before and after diagnosis?