ࡱ> Y[X%` +bjbjNN 8H,,#(D, 1 0(XXXX3 3 3 1!1!1!1!1!1!1$2h5E1"3 3 ""E1XXZ1>#>#>#".XX1>#"1>#>#:%,&X$ UM" % 1p101%.5"R5&5& 3 ^>#!La!=3 3 3 E1E1(#3 3 3 1"""" pD pD,$  COURSE SYLLABUS RHAB 3200 PHYSICAL AND PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF DISABILITY I Spring 2009 Instructor: Paul Leung, Ph.D., CRC Email: pleung@unt.edu Virtual Office Hours: W 1:30-4:00pm Weekly Online Chat: W 10:00-11:00am (subject to change based on student needs) Course Dates: January 19, 2009 May 8, 2009 Course Description This is the first of two courses addressing disabilities, the impacts of disabilities, and what we can do to deal with those impacts. In this course, we will address issues of health and wellness, stress, adjustment to disability and the differential impact of disability within different life stages. Later portions of the class address the nervous system and the sensory systems of hearing and vision, examining potential disorders and diseases of those systems. The course also examines the impact of these disorders on day-to-day life activities and adaptations or accommodations that help individuals function effectively in work, school, and community settings. Course Objectives By the end of the semester, students should be able to: identify stages of psychosocial, emotional, and spiritual response to physical, mental, and emotional disabilities. understand how the process of human development is impacted by disability describe the effects of stress on physiological functioning and how mind, body, and spirit interact in illness and in health. demonstrate a general knowledge of the most commonly encountered disorders of the sensory and nervous systems. demonstrate a working knowledge of common medical terminology related to the sensory and nervous systems. demonstrate ability to apply at least two stress management/wellness skills Required Textbooks: Falvo, D. (1999). Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Chronic Illness and Disability. 3rd Edition. Gaithersberg, GA: Aspen Publishers. (Text also used in RHAB 3400). Borysenko, J. (1987). Minding the Body, Mending the Mind. Reading, MA: Addison- Wesley Publishing Company. Both texts are available online at Amazon or other similar booksellers. Please note: The 4th Edition of the Falvo text has just been released in July, 2008. You may use either the 3rd or 4th edition for this course, but be aware that page and chapter numbers are different. I do have both editions, but I will be primarily using the 3rd edition for this semester because some students might not have access to the 4th edition. My expectation is to move to the 4th edition for the spring semester 2009. Grading Scale: 90 + = A; 80 89 = B; 70 79 = C; 60 69 = D. The final course grade will be based on the scores for the following items: 1. Quizzes 10% Three Multiple-choice and short answer quizzes will be given periodically over the assigned reading material. See the Course Outline for specific quiz dates. 2. Discussion Boards and Web Exercises 10% Discussion Boards and Web Exercises will be assigned throughout the semester and will cover material from the textbook and other sources. Each assignment is worth a maximum of 10 points. These activities are to assess your comprehension of concepts rather than retention of facts. 3. Case Studies 10% Five case studies are assigned throughout the duration of the course. Each case study is worth a maximum of 20 points. Students are encouraged to give each case careful consideration and answer as completely and descriptively as possible. 4. Personal Interview 20% Each student will arrange a personal interview with an individual who has had or is having an experience with a chronic illness, addictive disorder, physical or mental disability that is covered in this course. If you have questions about whether a disorder fits these criteria, please contact me. For further information on this assignment, see the Guidelines for a Personal Interview with a Person with a Disability. 5. Analysis of Film/Video Depictions of Disability 20% Students will view a film or video depicting the life experience of persons and families facing the process of adjusting to a disability, addiction, or chronic illness. The film or video will be selected by the student. The Guidelines for Film Analysis Report document summarizes what should be covered in the Film Analysis Report and provides a list of some recommended film selections. You can also see  HYPERLINK "http://www.disabilityfilms.co.uk" www.disabilityfilms.co.uk for an extensive list of films involving disability. Many mainstream or independent films are available that address issues of disability, and many are available through your local library, video rental stores, or services such as Netflix. Note: YouTube clips are not sufficient to provide the depth of material necessary for satisfactory completion of this exercise. 6. Health/Wellness Practice Journal 10% In this assignment, students will have the opportunity to put into practice stress coping/wellness techniques covered in the Borysenko text. Students will document their experience with the use of these techniques by keeping a journal throughout the semester. See the Wellness Journal Guidelines for information on completing this assignment. 7. Final Exam - 20% The final exam is comprehensive and will consist of multiple choice and discussion questions. The objective portion of the exam will be timed and must be completed only on the specific date assigned. However, the discussion portion of the exam will be available beginning May 2 and is to be turned in no later than May 8 at 11:59pm. Further information and instructions will be provided as the course progresses. Instructor Policies NOTE: Because clear and understandable written communication is an essential skill of all helping professionals, all papers and reports submitted in this course must be done on word processor and be thoroughly proofread by the student for clarity and organization of content, grammar, spelling, punctuation, etc. Poorly written papers will not be graded or may be returned for revision before being given a grade. Papers returned for such revision will be treated as late papers. Incomplete Grade: Students are expected to complete the course within the session time frame. A grade of incomplete will only be given in very special circumstances and with specific requirements to be fulfilled by the end of the following semester. If you fail to complete the course requirements by the due date, you will receive a grade of F. Grades of incomplete should be considered as an absolute last resort and are not appropriate for cases of procrastination or poor time management. See the Keys to Success in RHAB 3200 document for suggestions on how to maximize your success in this course. Academic Freedom: The academic climate is based on a concept of free and open discussion and exploration of ideas. This freedom to explore carries with it an equally important responsibility to act with integrity in all aspects of the course. Academic Integrity: Students are expected to follow appropriate guidelines for academic performance by doing their own work and by crediting material from other authors and sources adequately. Cheating or misrepresenting the work of others as your own will result at a minimum in a failing grade in the course. You are encouraged to become familiar with the information posted by the University Center for Student Rights and Responsibilities in the Student Handbook (http://www.unt.edu/student/). The policies regarding student conduct and academic dishonesty posted at this location apply to this class. ACCOMMODATIONS: The Department of Rehabilitation, Social Work, and Addictions is committed to full academic access for all qualified students, including those with disabilities. In keeping with this commitment and in order to facilitate equality of educational access, faculty members in the department will make reasonable accommodations for qualified students with a disability, such as appropriate adjustments to the classroom environment and the teaching, testing, or learning methodologies when doing so does not fundamentally alter the course. If you have a disability, it is your responsibility to obtain verifying information from the Office of Disability Accommodation (ODA) and to inform me of your need for an accommodation. Requests for accommodation must be given to me no later than the first week of classes for students registered with the ODA as of the beginning of the current semester. If you register with the ODA after the first week of classes, your accommodation requests will be considered after this deadline. Grades assigned before an accommodation is provided will not be changed. Information about how to obtain academic accommodations can be found in UNT Policy 18.1.14, at  HYPERLINK "http://www.unt.edu/oda" www.unt.edu/oda, and by visiting the ODA in Room 321 of the University Union. You also may call the ODA at 940.565.4323. 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