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- Students affected by systemic disabilities differ from those with other disabilities because systemic disabilities are often unstable. A few examples of a systemic disability are lupus, MS, and Crohn's disease. These may cause a person's condition to vary; therefore, the need for and type of reasonable accommodations may also change.
- Systematic disabilities often require instructional strategies similar to those listed for other disability conditions. The use of such strategies will depend on how the disability is manifested.
Types of Impairments and Disabilities