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Disability Specialist
Disability Specialist for Human Services
Professional Training
What guidelines should existing disability specialists know from Doctor Asif Qureshi?
  1. Annotation or definition of human disability.

  2. Disability assessment: How do you conduct a disability assessment relevant to age?

  3. Functional capacity evaluation (disability determination).

  4. Grants, resources, and income for these resources and research.

  5. Guidelines for aspiring, in training, and existing disability specialists

  6. Human health knowledge the disability specialist must have.

  7. Intellectual disability

  8. Patient consultation

  9. Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

  10. Physical medicine and rehabilitation

  11. Press release for existing physicians only after income without a public service focus

  12. Quick review of human anatomy relevant to this medical condition.

  13. Reasons these guidelines had to be elaborated by Doctor Asif Qureshi.

  14. Rehabilitation services

  15. Types of medical evaluation

  16. Types of disabilities

  17. Questions existing disability specialists should be ready to answer.

Annotation or definition of human disability.
What is disability?
Disability has to be determined relevant to age, environment, education, profession, and human organ system functions.

What profession is being described?
Disability specialist for human services.

Grants, resources, and income for these resources and research.
What is at these resources http://www.qureshiuniversity.org/disabilityspecialist.html?
Guidelines for aspiring, in training, and existing disability specialists for human services.

What government department of Illinois is responsible for providing grants, resources, and income for Doctor Asif Qureshi to enhance and further research these education guidelines?

Human health knowledge disability specialists must have.
What human health knowledge must disability specialists have?
You must know the questions and answers elaborated at these resources.
You must also have knowledge of guidelines elaborated below.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.org/health.html

Reasons these guidelines had to be elaborated by Doctor Asif Qureshi.
Why was there need to elaborate on these issues?
On or before May 10, 2018, at 1 PM, at least 106 university-level educational resources of Illinois did not have these education guidelines for disability specialists for human services that were authored by Doctor Asif Qureshi.

The University of Illinois at Chicago (1200 West Harrison St., Chicago, Illinois 60607) did not provide these education guidelines for disability specialists for human services on or before May 10, 2018, at 1 PM.

What needs to be accomplished on or after May 10, 2018, at the University of Illinois at Chicago (1200 West Harrison St., Chicago, Illinois 60607)?
Profession-specific education compared to subject-specific education needs to be enhanced.
As of April 30, 2018, the University of Illinois at Chicago 1200 (West Harrison St., Chicago, Illinois 60607) had not displayed professions, such as those displayed at http://www.qureshiuniversity.org/disabilityspecialist.html

University of Illinois at Chicago
Undergraduate Tuition and Fees
Graduate Tuition and Fees
Professional Tuition and Fees
https://registrar.uic.edu/tuition/
This is not justified due to professional guidelines not being available through the internet on or before 1 PM on May 10, 2018, compared to these resources http://www.qureshiuniversity.org/disabilityspecialist.html.

Reimbursement
Various states should forward reimbursement for providing these resources to Doctor Asif Qureshi.

Disability assessment: How do you conduct a disability assessment relevant to age?
How do you diagnose and treat reported disability medical issues?
How do you conduct a disability assessment relevant to age?
Start with a profile of the person.

Where is the profile of the person?
What is the profile of the person?
What seems to be the issue or issues?
Where is the patient now?
What assessment type does the patient need at this point?
What is the name, date of birth, mailing address, and profile of the individual whose disability has to be determined?
Does this individual need disability determination, rehabilitation plan, or both?
What is the profile of the individual/resource who/that has referred this individual?
What category of human medical condition is this?


What should be included in the profile?
Name, age, date of birth, photograph (previous and recent), mailing address, mailing addresses from birth to now, family information, and known issues.

What describes the situation of this person?
Deprivation of rights under the color of law
Discrimination
Exclusion
Disability with all details
All of the above
Specify if further details are required.

What are examples of medical symptoms by human organ systems, age, and gender?
1. Brain & central nervous system (nervous system)
2. Circulatory System
3. Digestive System
4. Endocrine System
5. Integumentary system
6. Lymphatic (immune) system
7. Muscular system
8. Reproductive System
9. Respiratory System
10. Skeletal System
11. Urinary system
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What is the diagnosis?

What category of human medical condition is this?
Behavioral, mental, and neurodevelopmental disorders of human.
Blood and blood-forming organs diseases, immune mechanism diseases of human.
Certain conditions originating in the perinatal period of human.
Circulatory system diseases of human.
Congenital malformations, deformations, and chromosomal abnormalities of human.
Digestive system diseases of human.
Ear and mastoid process diseases of human.
Endocrine, nutritional, and metabolic diseases of human.
External causes of morbidity of human.
Eye and adnexa diseases of human.
Factors influencing health status and contact with health services of human.
Genitourinary system diseases of human.
Infectious and parasitic diseases of human.
Injury, poisoning, and certain other consequences of external causes of human.
Musculoskeletal system and connective tissue diseases of human.
Medicolegal case of human.
Neoplasms of human.
Nervous system diseases of human.
Old age-related issues of human.
Pregnancy, childbirth, and the puerperium of child-bearing age of women.
Respiratory system diseases of human.
Skin and subcutaneous tissue diseases of human.
Symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings, not elsewhere classified of human.

What best describes any disability of this individual?
Congenital disability that can be fixed as described.
Congenital disability that cannot be fixed as described.
Deaf and dumb
Blind
Vision Impairment
Deaf or hard of hearing
Intellectual disability before 18 years of age
Acquired brain injury
Physical disability, as described
Post-traumatic stress disorder with difficulty getting up early in the morning, 100% mentally fit and 98% physically fit.
Other issues, as described.

Correct answer:

What is the name, date of birth, mailing address, and profile of the individual whose disability has to be determined?

_____________________________________________________

Does this individual need disability determination, rehabilitation plan, or both?

_____________________________________________________

What is the profile of the individual/resource who/that has referred this individual?

_____________________________________________________

Current Living Arrangements:

_____________________________________________________

Relationship to Applicant/Person completing This Form:

_____________________________________________________

Patient 's Medical Diagnoses:

_____________________________________________________

For each area of functioning listed below, please describe to the best of your ability the amount and type of assistance the applicant requires.

BATHING

Does patient take a shower, tub bath or sponge bath?

_____________________________________________________

How often does he/she bathe?

_____________________________________________________

How much assistance is needed?

_____________________________________________________

DRESSING

How much assistance does patient receive in dressing (including selecting and getting clothes from closet, putting on undergarments and using fasteners)?

_____________________________________________________

Additional Comments

_____________________________________________________

TOILETING

Does patient require assistance with toileting (including getting to and from bathroom, cleaning self after elimination and arranging clothes)?

_____________________________________________________

If yes, how much assistance is needed?

_____________________________________________________

Does patient have a catheter? What type?

_____________________________________________________

Does he/she have a colostomy?

_____________________________________________________

Is patient able to control urination?____________ Bowel movements?

_____________________________________________________

If no, how often do "accidents" occur?

_____________________________________________________

MOBILITY

Does patient walk (list assistive devices used, i.e., walker, cane) or does he/she use a wheelchair?

_____________________________________________________

Does he/she need assistance getting out of bed or a chair?

_____________________________________________________

If yes, how much assistance is needed?

_____________________________________________________

EATING

Does patient feed self or require assistance eating?

_____________________________________________________

Does he/she use adaptive equipment while eating (i.e., plate guard, special spoon, etc.)?

_____________________________________________________

Is he/she on a special diet?

_____________________________________________________

How would you describe patient's appetite?

_____________________________________________________

Height_______________________________

Weight_______________________________

MEDICATION

List patient's current medications:

_____________________________________________________

Any known drug allergies?

_____________________________________________________

Is patient using oxygen (if yes, how much and how often)?

_____________________________________________________

PROSTHESES

Does patient have an arm or leg prosthesis?

_____________________________________________________

Does he/she wear dentures (upper and lower)?

_____________________________________________________

Does he/she use a hearing aide?

_____________________________________________________

SKIN

Does patient presently have bed sores (if yes, where and for how long)?

_____________________________________________________

Does he/she have skin rashes?

_____________________________________________________

Does he/she experience swelling of the legs or feet?

_____________________________________________________

ORIENTATION

Is patient alert and oriented or does he/she exhibit confusion? (If confused, is it ongoing, often, or occasional?)

_____________________________________________________

For individuals who are confused and disoriented:

Does the patient attempt to wander?

_____________________________________________________

If yes, how often?

_____________________________________________________

Is he or she willing to return if given direction?

_____________________________________________________

OTHER HEALTH CONSIDERATIONS

Does patient currently use physical or chemical restraints? If yes, describe

type and frequency:

_____________________________________________________

Has he/she ever been hospitalized for any other health problems? If yes, state when, where, and why:

_____________________________________________________

Does patient maintain active and satisfying relationships with family and friends?

_____________________________________________________

Does he/she have a history of drug or alcohol abuse? If yes, please describe:

_____________________________________________________

Is patient currently receiving physical, occupational, speech, or respiratory therapy? If yes, list type of therapy, reason for, and frequency received:

_____________________________________________________

Additional Comments:

_____________________________________________________
Quick review of human anatomy relevant to this medical condition.
  1. How many organ systems are there in the human body?
    11

  2. Can you name the organ systems of the human body?
    1. Brain & central nervous system (nervous system)

    2. Cardiovascular System/Circulatory System

    3. Digestive System

    4. Endocrine System

    5. Integumentary system

    6. Lymphatic (immune) system

    7. Muscular system

    8. Reproductive System

    9. Respiratory System

    10. Skeletal System

    11. Urinary system


  1. Brain & central nervous system (nervous system)

    How many organs related to the brain and nervous system are there in the human body?
    14

  2. Can you name the organs related to the brain and nervous system in the human body?
    1.Brain: Brain consists of Cerebral hemispheres, Diencephalon or Deep structures.
    Diencephalon includes thalamus, hypothalamus, epithalamus, subthalamus, Pituitary gland, Pineal gland.
    Brain is included in central nervous system
    2.Brainstem: Brainstem includes midbrain, pons, and medulla oblongata. Brainstem is included in central nervous system
    3.Cerebellum/central nervous system
    4.Spinal cord/central nervous system
    5.Ventricular system/Choroid plexus. This organ is included in central nervous system.
    6.Cranial nerves. Cranial nerves are included in Peripheral nervous system.
    7.Spinal nerves/Peripheral nervous system
    8.Ganglia/Peripheral nervous system
    9.Enteric nervous system/Peripheral nervous system
    10.Eye/Sensory organs/2 On Each Side
    11.Ear/Sensory organs/2 On Each Side
    12.Olfactory epithelium/Sensory organs
    13.Tongue/Sensory organs
    14.Sensory receptors located in the skin, joints, muscles, and other parts of the body

    What is included in sensory organs of the brain and nervous system in the human body?
    1.Eye/2 On Each Side
    2.Ear/2 On Each Side
    3.Olfactory epithelium
    4.Tongue/Sensory organs
    5.Sensory receptors located in the skin, joints, muscles, and other parts of human body
    Human Brain Functions
  3. Cardiovascular System/Circulatory System

    How many cardiovascular system organs are there in the human body?
    4

  4. Can you name the cardiovascular system organs in the human body?
    1.Human Heart
    2.Arteries
    3.Veins
    4.Capillaries
    What should specific physicians know about the human heart?
    What should specific physicians know about the human heart and coronary artery disease?

  5. Digestive System

    How many digestive system organs are there in the human body?
    11

  6. Can you name the digestive system organs in the human body?
    1.Mouth
    2.Salivary glands
    3.Pharynx
    4.Esophagus
    5.Stomach
    6.Small intestine
    7.Large intestine
    8.Liver
    9.Gallbladder
    10.Mesentery
    11.Pancreas
  7. Endocrine System

    How many endocrine system organs are there in the human body?
    6

  8. Can you name the endocrine system organs in the human body?
    1.Pituitary gland
    2.Pineal gland
    3.Thyroid gland
    4.Parathyroid glands
    5.Adrenal glands
    6.Pancreas
  9. Integumentary system

    How many integumentary system organs are there in the human body are there?
    3

  10. Can you name the integumentary system organs in the human body?
    Mammary glands
    Skin
    Subcutaneous tissue
  11. Lymphatic (immune) system

    How many lymphatic (immune) system organs are there in the human body?

  12. Can you name the lymphatic (immune) system organs in the human body?

  13. Muscular system

    How many muscular system organs are there in the human body?
    Skeletal muscle
    Cardiac muscle
    Smooth muscle


    The number of muscles in our body varies from around 640 to 850. We have 3 types of muscles in our body: skeletal, visceral, and cardiac.

    Human musculoskeletal system

    Joints
    Ligaments
    Bursae

    Musculoskeletal disorder

    Muscle

    Origin
    Insertion
    Artery
    Nerve
    Action
    Antagonist


    There are over 600 skeletal muscles within the typical human body. Almost every muscle constitutes one part of a pair of identical bilateral muscles, found on both sides, resulting in approximately 320 pairs of muscles, as presented in this article. Nevertheless, the exact number is difficult to define because different sources group muscles differently, e.g. regarding what is defined as different parts of a single muscle or as several muscles. Examples range from 640 to 850.


  14. Can you name the muscular system organs in the human body?
    Skeletal muscle
    Cardiac muscle
    Smooth muscle


    List of skeletal muscles of the human body
    MUSCLES OF THIGH AND THE HIP STRUCTURE
    MUSCLES OF THIGH AND THE HIP DIAGRAM


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  15. Reproductive System

    How many female reproductive system organs are there in the female human body?
    6

    How many male reproductive system organs are there in the human body?
    8

  16. Can you name the female reproductive system organs in the female human body?
    Internal reproductive organs
    1.Ovaries/2 On Each Side
    2.Fallopian tubes/2 On Each Side
    3.Uterus
    4.Vagina

    External reproductive organs

    5.Vulva
    6.Clitoris
    Female Breasts or Mammary.
    Placenta of embryo is separate entity.

    What are the features of the vulva of the female human body?
    Vulva includes 19 features.

    1.Bulb Of Vestibule
    2.Clitoris
    3.Greater Vestibular Glands
    4.Labia Majora
    5.Labia Minora
    6.Lesser Vestibular Glands
    7.Mons Pubis
    8.Pubic Hair.
    9.Pudendal Cleft
    10.Sebaceous Glands
    11.The Urogenital Triangle (anterior Part Of The Perineum)
    12.Urinary Meatus
    13.Vaginal Opening
    14.Vulval Vestibulev
    15.Precursor: Genital tubercle, urogenital folds
    16.Artery: Internal pudendal artery
    17.Vein: Internal pudendal veins
    18.Nerve: Pudendal nerve
    19.Lymph: Superficial inguinal lymph nodes

    Can you name the male reproductive system organs in the human body?
    Internal reproductive organs
    1.Testes/2 On Each Side
    2.Epididymis
    3.Vas deferens
    4.Seminal vesicles
    5.Prostate
    6.Bulbourethral glands

    External reproductive organs
    7.Penis
    8.Scrotum
  17. Respiratory System

    How many respiratory system organs are there in the human body?
    7

  18. Can you name the respiratory system organs in the human body?
    1.Nasal cavity
    2.Pharynx
    3.Larynx
    4.Trachea
    5.Bronchi
    6.Lungs
    7.Diaphragm
  19. Skeletal System

    How many skeletal system bones are there in the human body?
    206

  20. Can you name the skeletal system organs in the human body?
    List of Bones in the Human Body
    http://www.qureshiuniversity.org/humanbones.html

    http://www.qureshiuniversity.org/human.html
  21. Urinary system

    How many urinary system organs are there in the human body?
    4

  22. Can you name the urinary system organs in the human body?
    1.Kidneys/2 On Each Side
    2.Ureters/2 On Each Side
    3.Bladder
    4.Urethra

Questions existing disability specialists should be ready to answer.
What should I know about you?
Where is the profile of the person?
What is the profile of the person?
What are other names for Functional Capacity Evaluation?
Is there a difference between medical emergency diagnosis treatment and disability determination diagnosis and treatment?
What abilities are evaluated relevant to age in a mature human?
Ideally, who should be a disability specialist?
Can a person determine human disability without properly knowing the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions?
Would you like to nominate medical doctors to get educated as disability specialists?
What are the requirements to join this program?
What questions should a disability specialist be able to answer about a human disability?
Here are further guidelines.
Functional Capacity Evaluation (disability determination).

What are other names for Functional Capacity Evaluation?
Functional assessment relevant to age.
Disability determination

Is there a difference between medical emergency diagnosis treatment and disability determination diagnosis and treatment?
Yes.

What abilities are evaluated relevant to age in a mature human?
There are 24 such abilities.
This does not happen in one session; this is done in many sessions.
If an individual is able to reply to questions and write questions relevant to age in the English language, the individual does not have intellectual disability.
If an individual is able to reply to questions and write questions relevant to age in any other language that can be precisely translated to the English language, the individual does not have intellectual disability.

Ideally, who should be a disability specialist?
A medical doctor with advanced experience in diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions should be a disability specialist.

In some regions, people with experience in social work counseling, psychology, education, rehabilitation counseling, special education or related fields get involved in disability determination, diagnosis, and treatment.

Can a person determine human disability without properly knowing the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions?
No, he or she cannot.

Would you like to nominate medical doctors to get educated as disability specialists?

What are the requirements to join this program?
Take a look at this.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/form_to_email_submit.html

He or she should have experience in diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions.
He or she should have good communication skills in the English language.

What questions should a disability specialist be able to answer about a human disability?

Here are important guidelines.

Patient Consultation
    Questions you need to answer.
Ideally, who should be a disability specialist?
What should I know about you?
Functional Capacity Evaluations
Intellectual Disability
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation Services
Disabilities

Babies & Toddlers

Some people are born with one. Others have them as a result of an illness or injury. Some people develop them as they age. Almost all of us will have a disability at some point in our lives.

(3 to 22)

Autism Spectrum Disorders
Deaf-blindness
Deafness
Developmental delay
Emotional disturbance
Hearing impairment
Intellectual disability (mental retardation)
Multiple disabilities
Orthopedic impairment
Other health impairment
Specific learning disability
Speech or language impairment
Traumatic brain injury
Visual impairment, including blindness

Disability & Education Laws

Here are further guidelines.

Listing of Impairments - Childhood Listings
The following sections provide medical criteria for the evaluation of impairments of children under age 18.

Growth Impairment
Intellectual disability (mental retardation)
Musculoskeletal System
Special Senses and Speech
Respiratory System
Cardiovascular System
Digestive System
Genitourinary Impairments
Hematological Disorders
Skin Disorders
Endocrine Disorders
Congenital Disorders that Affect Multiple Body Systems
Neurological
Mental Disorders
Malignant Neoplastic Diseases
Immune System Disorders
Listing of Impairments - Adult Listings
The following sections are applicable to individuals age 18 and over and to children under age 18 where criteria are appropriate.

1 Musculoskeletal System
2 Special Senses and Speech
3 Respiratory System
4 Cardiovascular System
5 Digestive System
6 Genitourinary Impairments
7 Hematological Disorders
8.00 Skin Disorders
9 Endocrine Disorders
10 Congenital Disorders that Affect Multiple Body Systems
11 Neurological
12 Mental Disorders
13 Malignant Neoplastic Diseases
14 Immune System Disorders
Last Updated: May 24, 2018