Chapter 31: Guiding Children with Special Needs | Crossword


1.Directing a parent to obtain a diagnosis from a professional when a problem exists with a child.
2.Foods, drugs, or anything taken through the mouth.
5.A process to broaden the range of experiences with special curriculum.
8.Condition caused by failure of the eye fluid to circulate in the proper way, resulting in increased pressure on the eye. Over time, this pressure can destroy the optic nerve.
13.A form of cancer that affects the blood-forming organs and the blood. This cancer can cause a sharp increase in the number of white blood cells in the bloodstream.
14.A condition that affects an individual’s social, emotional, and cognitive functions, such as attention deficit disorder, hyperactivity, or conduct disorder.
16.A chronic hereditary disease that involves persistent and serious lung infections; failure to gain weight; and loose, foul-smelling stools.
17.Difficulty in seeing things that are close. Also referred to as farsightedness.
18.Airborne substances that are inhaled.


4.A process in which a gifted child is assigned to a class with older children.
6.Chemicals or drugs injected into the body.
7.A condition in which the bones of the spine fail to grow together, resulting in paralysis.
9.Condition brought on by inflammation that produces swelling of joints and surrounding tissues.
10.A genetic blood disease that causes blood to clot too slowly or not at all.
11.Technique that involves taking a child’s mispronounced words and correctly expanding them into sentences.
12.The result of a muscle imbalance caused by disuse of an eye. Often called lazy eye.
15.The lowness or highness of a speaking voice.

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