The LifeFacts Series - Social Skills Activities - Personal Health

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LifeFacts: Health, Illness and Injury


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  • Teacher's Guide

LifeFacts is very teacher-friendly… Having the lesson plan on the back of the teaching illustrations is very convenient!

Jade Seffernick
Special Ed. Teacher
Course Details

LifeFacts: Health, Illness and Injury

Teach your students 22 important lessons about health so they can live self-sufficiently and safely. Designed especially for people with learning difficulties who need preparation against the dangers of illnesses and injury so they may have a successful and independent lifestyle. Specific strategies are included for physicians and health care workers who need to communicate between patients and health care systems. You’ll also receive wallet cards and phone labels designed to help students cope in the event of an emergency. Teaching materials use role-playing and include Teaching Illustrations for effective presentation. LifeFacts worksheets can be adapted for use with nonverbal students.

Understanding the proper use of medication is critical for independent living. This module will prepare students with an understanding of the importance of the timely and accurate intake of prescribed medications along with their dangers. A special section illustrates self-medication where you’ll discuss safe practices with special emphasis against sharing medication. Students will learn to work with a doctor, make appointments, and ask the right questions during a medical exam.

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