Effects of Cognitive Impairments Through the Lifespan

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Which of the following people does NOT have a cognitive impairment?

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1. Besides ranging from mild to severe, cognitive impairments can also range from _____ to _____.

2. Besides bullying, many students find that the _____ associated with cognitive impairments can make it difficult to socialize at school.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Cognitive impairment can have various effects throughout a person's lifetime, and you can find out what you know about these effects with this quiz/worksheet combo. Answer questions on topics like what would and would not be an example of a cognitive impairment and the range of cognitive impairments.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Determine what you know about the following:

  • What aspect of cognitive impairments can make socializing hard at school
  • The best way to help students with cognitive impairments
  • Impact of specific vs. general cognitive impairments

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about cognitive impairment, like what some examples of it are
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the aspect of cognitive impairments that can affect socializing
  • Making connections - use your understanding of students with cognitive impairments to identify how an administrator can help them succeed

Additional Learning

More information is available from the lesson called Effects of Cognitive Impairments Through the Lifespan. You'll be taught more about the following subjects:

  • The definition of 'cognitive impairment'
  • Childhood experiences with cognitive impairment
  • Cognitive impairments throughout adulthood
  • Employment for people with cognitive impairments
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