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Case Study Paper
After researching a specific disability, you will create an intervention plan for ahypothetical child. It is recommended that you use a case study in the textbookas a starting point. Select a disability which interests you or with which youfeel called to work. Use the textbook and peer-reviewed research to address thefollowing areas in relation to the disability: etiology, prevalence,characteristics, prognosis, and social dynamics. Discuss the child and familycharacteristics (e.g., risk and protective factors); the specific disabilitychosen; research on recommended intervention approaches; and how you will workwith the family to set, measure, and assess goals at the child and familylevel. Include the primary concerns to be addressed, justifying your choiceswith research. Set goals for the child, being sure to review the formatrequirements detailed in the document “Article: IEP Helpful Hints.” Include aconclusion and future recommendations.  See rubric below for greater detail onrequired elements.
Include a title page, an abstract page, at least 15 full pages of content (this doesNOT include title, abstract and references) , and a reference page. The completedproject must be 18–20 pages. Additional creative graphics or tables that youfind helpful may also be included (in addition to the 15 pages). Thisassignment must be in current APA format and must have a minimum of 5 current(2010–present publication dates), peer-reviewed/scholarly resources. The listof sources on the reference page must exactly match the sources cited in thetext of the paper. Completion of the assignment will improve research andcommunication skills while increasing your knowledge of a disability of specialinterest.
Submit a reference page with the 5 peer-reviewed articles (2010–present publication dates) you plan on using for either your Case Study Paper or your Full Inclusion Ministry Paper. Each article must be at least 10 pages. In addition to the 5 articles, include a citation for the textbook, as well.
Sample outline:
Title Page
The Child
The Family
Intervention Focus

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