Author(s): Ault MM, Guy B, Rues J, Noto L, Guess D
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Abstract The educational relevance for students with profound disabilities of being at risk for poor nutrition and the potential problems caused by the nontherapeutic effects of some medications were examined, examples of their significance presented, some reasons for their occurrence discussed, and some suggestions for instructional personnel offered. Two classroom-based cases were included that described the resolution of a nutritional and a medication problem, including the role of the teacher and health-related personnel.
This article was published in Ment Retard
and referenced in Journal of Health Education Research & Development