Deborah Reed, Pamela Kidd
University of Kentucky

This curriculum consists of four units (amputation, spinal cord injury, hearing loss, and farmer's lung) that can be used as either stand-alone units or a total package. The focus of the curriculum is to use the concept of disability to teach injury prevention and safety behavior while completing farm work. Because of developmental issues, teens are less likely to react to a threat of injury or death but are more responsive to avoiding disability and a change in body image.

Overview

Orientation
Amputation

Spinal Cord Injury

Hearing Loss


Farmer's Lung

Evaluation Tools Additional Resources
These additional references and resources can help expand your lesson plans of the units in this curriculum. They can also offer information and materials to help you plan lessons on other safety and health issues that are particular concerns in your area.


This curriculum guide was supported by Grant Number 1 R01/CCR414307 from NIOSH. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of NIOSH. Special thanks to Dr. Ted Scharf.

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Reviewed for NASD: 03/2009