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HDFS 315 - Disability Across the Lifespan and Culture

  • 3 credits
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Interdisciplinary perspectives to understand infants, youth, and adults with disabling conditions. Causes, outcomes, and intervention of commonly occurring disabilities and health conditions. A global perspective on how disabilities interact with family, society, stigma, identity, media, government, and the physical environment. Relevant to majors and careers in health, educational, rehabilitation, counseling, human services, and anthropology.

Prerequisite

HDFS 101 (Individual and Family Development (GT-SS3)) or PSY 100 (General Psychology (GT-SS3))