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  1. speech impairments can be present in many different forms,including language impairments or voice and sound disorders. people with speech impairments are entitled to the same rights as people without a disability and may not be excluded or segregated from services, denied services, or treated differently, even if they require the use of an interpreter.

          

  2. Juvenile Offenderswant to push the boundaries of the rules, both at home and in public, and may show a high degree of irresponsibility, little respect for authority, and unpredictable behavior patterns. Juveniles may also be manipulative and defiant when interacting with anyone, including law enforcement.

          

  3. receiverinitiated members who usually participate in the gang's social and criminal activities.

          

  4. active listeningrefuse to recognize the authority of municipal, state, and federal governments. They view law enforcement officers as representatives of the government, which they feel is controlled by people who cannot be trusted to preserve law and order. They often train for preemptive attacks or ambushes by the government and are often arrested for weapons violations.

          

  5. hearing impairmentis a physiological condition that causes someone to have difficulty in producing sound or understanding language.

          

  6. speech impairmentprovides individuals who have a mental illness, or who may harm or neglect themselves or others, with an emergency service and temporary detention for psychiatric evaluation and voluntary or involuntary short-term community inpatient treatment.

          

  7. antisocial personality disordercan range in intensity from mild to debilitating. Some people with anxiety disorders can have panic attacks that are so severe that they mimic a heart attack. During a panic attack, the person will likely experience rapid heartbeat, chest discomfort, sweating, tension, trembling, choking, and a feeling that something terrible is about to happen.

          

  8. hard of hearing(graffiti) is defined as writing or drawings that have been scribbled, scratched, or sprayed illicitly on a wall or other surface in a public area.

          

  9. Encountering Individuals with Mental IllnessesOfficers interacting with individuals who display any of these symptoms of having a mental illness should ask them if they have been diagnosed with a mental illness. ask if they are taking any medications, prescribed or illicit, and whether they are taking the appropriate dosage. If the person is experiencing auditory or visual hallucinations, ask them what they are hearing or seeing.


    people with mental illnesses who stop taking their medications or are overmedicated will also be symptomatic.

          

  10. non-traditional gangscan be without laws or codes but still have an organizational structure.

          

  11. self-talkis a continual internal monologue that occurs as the officer evaluates the events taking place around him or her.

          

  12. partial sightprospective members who are generally accepted by the gang.

          

  13. bipolar disorder (BD)can range in intensity from mild to debilitating. Some people with anxiety disorders can have panic attacks that are so severe that they mimic a heart attack. During a panic attack, the person will likely experience rapid heartbeat, chest discomfort, sweating, tension, trembling, choking, and a feeling that something terrible is about to happen.

          

  14. self-knowledgeis the understanding of one's own nature, character, abilities, motives, and limitations.

          

  15. hypervigilanceis an enhanced state of awareness or "being on guard" that impedes one's ability to relax and disengage from a stressful situation.

          

  16. the suicide rate among elderly peoplejuveniles as well as adults.

          

  17. Accommodation Stagethe person realizes he or she is unable to cope with the situation. Life is out of control, emotions are high, and reasoning ability is low. emotions may range from anger to rage, from fear to panic, all leading to confusion.

          

  18. Sovereign Citizen Indicators:• anti-government bumper stickers on vehicles
    • may videotape interactions with law enforcement
    • homemade vehicle registration tags on vehicles
    • present fraudulent ID or claim to have no identification
    • spell personal names in all capital letters or first and last name
    • signatures followed by the words "under separated by a colon (e.g., JOhN DOe, jane:doe) duress," "Sovereign Living Soul" (SLS), or the copyright symbol (©)

          

  19. receptive person who feels at easewith the officer and the situation may have a relaxed posture with arms down by the side or comfortably in the lap. avoiding eye contact with an officer may mean the person is shy, uneasy, shameful, fearful, or guilty. Looking directly at the officer may indicate that the person is truthful or challenging. If a person takes quick or cautious peeks at the officer, he or she may be seeking approval from the officer.

          

  20. command presenceis an officer's demeanor and confidence exhibited by personal appearance, erect posture, alertness, and attention to surroundings.

          

  21. Militiasrefuse to recognize the authority of municipal, state, and federal governments. They view law enforcement officers as representatives of the government, which they feel is controlled by people who cannot be trusted to preserve law and order. They often train for preemptive attacks or ambushes by the government and are often arrested for weapons violations.

          

  22. Major depressive disorder (MDD)ASD), sometimes called pervasive developmental disorders (pDD), is a term used to describe a group of conditions that are diagnosed in early childhood that continue throughout adulthood, and that are more prevalent among males than females.

          

  23. physical dependenceoccurs when a person feels that he or she needs drugs to cope with problems, function better in life, or feel happier.

          

  24. Baker act examinationThe individual must be examined within 72 hours of arriving at a receiving facility. If that examination does not determine that the person meets the criteria for involuntary treatment under the Baker act, the person must be released unless he or she consents to voluntary treatment.

          

  25. overdoseis the accidental or intentional use of a dangerously large amount of a substance that leads to death.

          

  26. Psychological Stressors for Veterans(PTSD) is a severe anxiety disorder that develops after experiencing an extremely terrifying event.

          

  27. narcissistic personality disorderis a deeply ingrained, non-psychotic, inflexible pattern of relating, perceiving, and behaving. It is serious enough to cause distress to the people around the individual with a personality disorder.

          

  28. Emotional Blockage Stage:a gang provides the youth who have trouble making friends with someone to "hang out" with. Joining a gang can provide members with role models and a sense of identity.

          

  29. lip-readingmultiple members of the gang assault the prospective member for a predetermined length of time

          

  30. detoxificationis a false belief that is firmly held in spite of obvious proof or evidence to the contrary; the delusion is this person's reality.

          

  31. Guidelines for Communicating with the Elderlymay despair over the loss of a loved one, be depressed by life stressors, lack interest in daily activities, or feel the future is hopeless. people's changes in behavior may lead to actions such as giving away personal belongings, lacking an interest in eating, and participating in self-destructive behaviors such as drinking heavily, using drugs, or cutting their bodies.

          

  32. sign-languagewhich is signaling with the hand and arm, or body movements simultaneously combined with facial expressions in order to express their thoughts.

          

  33. memberis an organic, progressive mental disorder characterized by a loss of memory, an impairment of judgment and abstract thinking, and changes in personality.

          

  34. post-traumatic stress disorder(TBI) is structural damage sustained by the brain resulting in temporarily or permanently impaired brain function.

          

  35. sex-inrequires very little from the prospect. e prospect is blessed into the gang due to a family member being a high ranking or well-respected member of the gang

          

  36. Nonverbal Communication examplesCrossed arms or legs may indicate deception or defensiveness. Sweating, rapid breathing, fidgeting, or blinking may indicate nervousness. anger is sometimes demonstrated through clenched fists, pacing, clamped teeth, or a clear unwillingness to communicate. When a person is nervous or withholding information, he or she might rock back and forth. Frowns can show displeasure, uneasiness, or confusion.Smiles may indicate pleasure, confusion, or failure to understand. a lack of obvious emotion may indicate shock, fear, not hearing or understanding, or a sociopathic personality.

          

  37. dementiais an organic, progressive mental disorder characterized by a loss of memory, an impairment of judgment and abstract thinking, and changes in personality.

          

  38. bless-inmay be a situation that is uncertain, difficult, or painful, especially when a person in crisis feels unprepared and pressured to take action or make a decision.

          

  39. Recognition Stagethe person realizes he or she is unable to cope with the situation. Life is out of control, emotions are high, and reasoning ability is low. emotions may range from anger to rage, from fear to panic, all leading to confusion.

          

  40. Psychological needs:Gangs provide love, brotherhood, and compassion which are very often lacking in a child's life. is attention is often the only affection the child will receive and is very powerful in forging a strong bond between the child and his or her fellow gang members. Gangs also provide the discipline and leadership (however twisted) needed in this stage of a child's life.

          

  41. Baker Actprovides individuals who have a mental illness, or who may harm or neglect themselves or others, with an emergency service and temporary detention for psychiatric evaluation and voluntary or involuntary short-term community inpatient treatment.

          

  42. associatesnot officially gang members but are accepted to some degree.

          

  43. Documentation with gang membersrough documentation, a potential gang member can be statutorily identified as a gang member. is identification can then be used in prosecutions to enhance penalties.

    photograph the member's clothing, tattoos, and any other observable identifiers. Many members are proud of their gang affiliation and will often pose for photographs while showing hand signs. Interview the member in an attempt to obtain gang intelligence.

          

  44. Florida has theThird-highest number of people living on its streets or in emergency shelters in our country, according to the Department of Children and Families Council on homelessness. Nearly 60,000 people live on the streets or in shelters daily. These numbers do not capture the "invisible" homeless, or those who are forced to share housing with others. a one-day count of the homeless in Florida found that 56,000 children and youth were homeless.

          

  45. prospectprospective members who are generally accepted by the gang.

          

  46. e characteristics of an anxiety disorder includeare significantly emotionally unstable, and are usually aware of their behavior, but lack the ability to control it. these people often experience rapid and intense mood swings that typically involve angry, erratic, self-destructive, and impulsive behavior toward themselves and others.

          

  47. sovereign citizenis the accidental or intentional use of a dangerously large amount of a substance that leads to death.

          

  48. Many delinquent juveniles come from an unstable home environment, which can contribute to behaviorsWhen communicating with an older person, always treat him or her with dignity, respect, and patience. Speak directly to the person, establish and maintain eye contact, use a conversational tone, and only speak loudly if necessary. Use caution when allowing caregivers to speak on behalf of the elderly person to eliminate any third- party agenda. Include the elderly person in all discussions concerning his or her welfare and adjust your communication based on any disabilities or other limitations.

          

  49. individual contemplating suicideCrossed arms or legs may indicate deception or defensiveness. Sweating, rapid breathing, fidgeting, or blinking may indicate nervousness. anger is sometimes demonstrated through clenched fists, pacing, clamped teeth, or a clear unwillingness to communicate. When a person is nervous or withholding information, he or she might rock back and forth. Frowns can show displeasure, uneasiness, or confusion.Smiles may indicate pleasure, confusion, or failure to understand. a lack of obvious emotion may indicate shock, fear, not hearing or understanding, or a sociopathic personality.

          

  50. The Silver alertthe is a public notification system that assists law enforcement in recovering lost elderly people after family members report them as missing. is is particularly helpful when locating elderly individuals with alzheimer's, dementia, or other mental illnesses.

          

  51. Behavioral Characteristics of People in Crisis• musculoskeletal injuries
    - limited range of motion - amputation

    • neurological injuries-
    traumatic brain injury (tBI)
    - loss of vision and/or hearing
    - chronic headaches
    - peripheral nerve injuries

    • psychological disorders
    - stress-induced conditions such as ulcers
    - lack of impulse control
    - hyper-vigilance
    - post-traumatic stress disorder (ptSD)
    - suicidal thoughts or attempts to commit suicide
    - homicidal thoughts

          

  52. leading cause of death among juveniles.Suicide

          

  53. Family Relationships and Career Challengesrough documentation, a potential gang member can be statutorily identified as a gang member. is identification can then be used in prosecutions to enhance penalties.

    photograph the member's clothing, tattoos, and any other observable identifiers. Many members are proud of their gang affiliation and will often pose for photographs while showing hand signs. Interview the member in an attempt to obtain gang intelligence.

          

  54. Mental illness is notdirectly related to intelligence and occurs in people of all intellectual abilities.

          

  55. traumatic brain injurycan include having a casual drink with friends, taking a prescribed drug according to label directions, or taking aspirin daily to prevent heart disease.

          

  56. criminal street gang associateis defined as a person who meets one of the following criteria

    a) admits to criminal gang membership.
    b) Is identified as a criminal gang member by a parent or guardian.
    c) Is identified as a criminal gang member by a documented reliable informant.
    d) adopts the style of dress of a criminal gang.
    e) adopts the use of a hand sign identified as used by a criminal gang.
    f ) has a tattoo identified as used by a criminal gang.
    g) associates with one or more known criminal gang members.
    h) Is identified as a criminal gang member by an informant of previously un tested reliability and such identification is corroborated by independent information.
    i) Is identified as a criminal gang member by physical evidence.

          

  57. Marchman Actprovides substance abusers access to emergency services and temporary detention on either a voluntarily or involuntarily basis.

          

  58. traditional gangshave a documented history, a written set of laws or codes, and can have an organizational structure.

          

  59. hybrid gangsform within schools, neighborhoods, or regions, and in youthful offender, juvenile, and adult correctional facilities. These gangs can be composed of members from other gangs uniting to form a group. hybrid gangs can also be composed of individuals who are loosely organized. their activities can be limited to specific geographic areas or neighborhoods. examples include 704 (or local area codes), Zoe Mafia, and Guatemalans taking Over (GtO).

          

  60. criminal street gang memberoccurs when a person is chemically and physically dependent upon the substance to maintain normal functioning, not just of the central nervous system, but of all systems.

          

  61. major life activitiesmovement consists of a subculture of society that holds anti- government beliefs. Those who follow the sovereign ideology believe, as sovereign citizens, that they are subject only to "common law." They feel they are free from the taxes, regulations, and statutes established by what they believe to be an illegitimate government.

          

  62. Criminal Activities Involving Gangsinclude theft, burglary, fraud, narcotics manufacturing and distribution, assault and battery, racketeering, witness intimidation, extortion, arson, weapons and explosives, counterfeiting, and homicide. typically, violent crime associated with gangs is attributed to hostility between rival gangs.

          

  63. tagging(graffiti) is defined as writing or drawings that have been scribbled, scratched, or sprayed illicitly on a wall or other surface in a public area.

          

  64. ex parte ordera court order issued and signed by a judge that is initiated by one person in the absence of and without representation or notification of other parties

          

  65. Developmental Disabilityincurable intellectual or behavioral impairment that shows itself before the age of 22 and is likely to continue indefinitely.

          

  66. Available Resources for the elderly and suffering from dementiathese services include home-delivered meals, medical care, emotional support, financial management, and assistance with the activities of daily living.

    The Florida Department of elder affairs created a task force to ensure the continued development of strategies to address the needs of people suffering with forms of dementia, such as alzheimer's disease.

    One important resource is the Florida elder help Line at 1-800-96-eLDer.

    1-800-96-aBUSe.

          

  67. self-regulating behavioris a continual internal monologue that occurs as the officer evaluates the events taking place around him or her.

          

  68. drug toleranceoccurs when a person needs to increase the dosage of the drug to produce the same effect as the initial dosage.

          

  69. Crimes Involving the Homelessstates that no qualified individual with a disability shall be discriminated against or excluded from participation in or sharing of the benefits of the services, programs, employment, or activities of a public entity.

          

  70. nonverbal communicationthat is expressed through tone of voice, facial expressions, gestures, and body language.

          

  71. voluntary examinationThe individual must be examined within 72 hours of arriving at a receiving facility. If that examination does not determine that the person meets the criteria for involuntary treatment under the Baker act, the person must be released unless he or she consents to voluntary treatment.

          

  72. addictionrefuse to recognize the authority of municipal, state, and federal governments. They view law enforcement officers as representatives of the government, which they feel is controlled by people who cannot be trusted to preserve law and order. They often train for preemptive attacks or ambushes by the government and are often arrested for weapons violations.

          

  73. sign-language interpreteris a person who can both receive and express information and interpret it effectively, accurately, and impartially.

          

  74. test of heartis a visual impairment in which, after correction, objects still look dim or out of focus.

          

  75. Interacting with Juvenile Offendersa high degree of self-control, patience, flexibility, and understanding is required to work effectively with youthful offenders. You must be able to adapt to whatever situation arises with a juvenile, such as truancy, rebellion, or dangerous behavior.

          

  76. crisismay be a situation that is uncertain, difficult, or painful, especially when a person in crisis feels unprepared and pressured to take action or make a decision.

          

  77. conflict resolutioninvolves the exchange of messages, verbally and nonverbally, through signals or writing.

          

  78. title II of the aDastates that no qualified individual with a disability shall be discriminated against or excluded from participation in or sharing of the benefits of the services, programs, employment, or activities of a public entity.

          

  79. extremist groupform within schools, neighborhoods, or regions, and in youthful offender, juvenile, and adult correctional facilities. These gangs can be composed of members from other gangs uniting to form a group. hybrid gangs can also be composed of individuals who are loosely organized. their activities can be limited to specific geographic areas or neighborhoods. examples include 704 (or local area codes), Zoe Mafia, and Guatemalans taking Over (GtO).

          

  80. communityrefers to the people and locations that make up the neighborhoods, institutions, and businesses in the area where you work.

          

  81. The Baker act provides for several options for initiating a mental health evaluation, including:• the subject volunteers to receive treatment, or
    • the court can be petitioned for an ex parte order
    • the officer takes the subject into custody
    • the execution of a certificate by a physician, clinical psychologist, psychiatric nurse, mental health counselor, marriage and family therapist, or clinical social worker stating that the subject meets the criteria for a Baker act

          

  82. transitional gang membersrough documentation, a potential gang member can be statutorily identified as a gang member. is identification can then be used in prosecutions to enhance penalties.

    photograph the member's clothing, tattoos, and any other observable identifiers. Many members are proud of their gang affiliation and will often pose for photographs while showing hand signs. Interview the member in an attempt to obtain gang intelligence.

          

  83. Age-Related Medical ConditionsThe individual must be examined within 72 hours of arriving at a receiving facility. If that examination does not determine that the person meets the criteria for involuntary treatment under the Baker act, the person must be released unless he or she consents to voluntary treatment.

          

  84. autism spectrum disordersASD), sometimes called pervasive developmental disorders (pDD), is a term used to describe a group of conditions that are diagnosed in early childhood that continue throughout adulthood, and that are more prevalent among males than females.

          

  85. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)incurable intellectual or behavioral impairment that shows itself before the age of 22 and is likely to continue indefinitely.

          

  86. substance abuseis the continued misuse of substances that negatively affect the mind and body.

          

  87. The Baker act is applicable tojuveniles as well as adults.

          

  88. Security:the gang provides protection from enemies, either real or imagined. peer pressure and intimidation from a dominant gang often influences juveniles, so juveniles may join gangs to protect themselves.

          

  89. there are four levels of intellectual disability:mild, moderate, severe, and profound.

    the majority of individuals with an intellectual disability function at the mild level of disability which may not be easily identifiable. people functioning at this level can learn academic and prevocational skills with special training and work within their community. Individuals with a mild intellectual disability might not understand long- range consequences or be able to make appropriate choices, but they do sometimes realize when they have done something wrong.

          

  90. hallucinationis a sensory experience in which a person can see, hear, smell, taste, or feel something that is not there.

          

  91. three main types of personality disorders that officers may come in contact withThese individuals may ambush an officer after distracting him or her with confusing documents and animated arguments for sovereignty status.

          

  92. substance dependencecan include having a casual drink with friends, taking a prescribed drug according to label directions, or taking aspirin daily to prevent heart disease.

          

  93. anxiety disordersa good listener concentrates on what is said, focusing on the words, ideas, and important information related to the subject, to encourage clear communication, use active listening skills,repeat to the speaker what you have heard by restating or paraphrasing the speaker's words. Listen carefully, evaluate the statement, and state back key points to the sender to show that you understand what they are saying.

          

  94. intellectual disabilityincurable intellectual or behavioral impairment that shows itself before the age of 22 and is likely to continue indefinitely.

          

  95. delusionis a false belief that is firmly held in spite of obvious proof or evidence to the contrary; the delusion is this person's reality.

          

  96. withdrawal(speaker) transmits a message

          

  97. substance usecan include having a casual drink with friends, taking a prescribed drug according to label directions, or taking aspirin daily to prevent heart disease.

          

  98. personality disorderis a deeply ingrained, non-psychotic, inflexible pattern of relating, perceiving, and behaving. It is serious enough to cause distress to the people around the individual with a personality disorder.

          

  99. Gang Identifierswant to push the boundaries of the rules, both at home and in public, and may show a high degree of irresponsibility, little respect for authority, and unpredictable behavior patterns. Juveniles may also be manipulative and defiant when interacting with anyone, including law enforcement.

          

  100. Domestic terrorismSovereign citizens are known for clogging the courts with a multitude of filings consisting of hundreds of documents containing unintelligible language

          

  101. Sovereign citizens can be especially dangerous to officers during traffic stops. These individuals may ambush an officer after distracting him or her with confusing documents and animated arguments for sovereignty status.

          

  102. Officer Safety ConsiderationsOfficers should use extreme caution when dealing with gang members. Gangs, historically, have no respect for authority, and they typically do not honor the same rules and laws which govern society. If possible, gang members should not be allowed to use hand signs while in the presence of officers. Gang members have been known to use hand signs to silently communicate with other gang members to launch attacks against law enforcement. Some gang members may have military or law enforcement training. as a result, they may have advanced knowledge of and training with combat and weapons tactics.

          

  103. Attempted Resolution Stagethe person struggles to resolve the situation using methods that worked in a previous similar situation. however, these methods may not always work in every situation. The person's failure to resolve the problem leads to the emotional blockage stage of crisis response.

          

  104. The Department of Children and Families (DCF)is responsible for the safe placement of abused and neglected children.

          

  105. Left-wing groupsgenerally profess a revolutionary socialist doctrine and view themselves as protectors of the people against capitalism and imperialism.

          

  106. criminal street ganga good listener concentrates on what is said, focusing on the words, ideas, and important information related to the subject, to encourage clear communication, use active listening skills,repeat to the speaker what you have heard by restating or paraphrasing the speaker's words. Listen carefully, evaluate the statement, and state back key points to the sender to show that you understand what they are saying.

          

  107. Fame:Gang membership provides the youth with an outlaw image and substantial amounts of money, providing a sense of power and prestige.

          

  108. Barriers to Communicationrefers to the people and locations that make up the neighborhoods, institutions, and businesses in the area where you work.

          

  109. paper terrorismis the ability to understand what someone is saying by watching the movement of the lips, the facial expressions, and the body language of the other speaker when he or she is talking.

          

  110. sender(listener)

          

  111. deafnessis a hearing loss of such severity that the individual must rely primarily on visual tools such as writing, gestures, sign language, and lip-reading to communicate.

          

  112. impairmentprospective members who are generally accepted by the gang.

          

  113. right-wing extremistis any degree of hearing loss. e two classifications of hearing loss are hard of hearing and deafness.

          

  114. beat-inmultiple members of the gang assault the prospective member for a predetermined length of time

          

  115. mental illnessis an impairment of the mental or emotional processes that exercise the conscious control of one's actions. Mental illness impairs one's ability to perceive or understand reality.

          

  116. physical or mobility impairmentis any degree of hearing loss. e two classifications of hearing loss are hard of hearing and deafness.

          

  117. Why Juveniles Join Gangswant to push the boundaries of the rules, both at home and in public, and may show a high degree of irresponsibility, little respect for authority, and unpredictable behavior patterns. Juveniles may also be manipulative and defiant when interacting with anyone, including law enforcement.

          

  118. International terrorismmay suffer a hearing loss but not to the extent that he or she must rely primarily on visual communication (such as written notes or sign language).

          

  119. Juvenile Conflict Resolutionis the process of allowing the body to rid itself of a drug while managing the symptoms of withdrawal.

          

  120. psychological dependence:a gang provides the youth who have trouble making friends with someone to "hang out" with. Joining a gang can provide members with role models and a sense of identity.

          

  121. Resolution Stagea solution is achieved.

    There are several options available to you when determining how to handle a person in crisis. Observe the individual's behavior prior to taking any legal action, such as arrest, or using the Baker act or Marchman act (both of which will be discussed in greater detail in a few lessons). It may be necessary to use a crisis intervention team (CIt). Not every instance requires action. Some crises can be resolved through effective communication.

          

  122. Self-esteem:Gangs typically recruit youths who have low self-esteem or are bullied by others. e gang provides "backup" for these kids and protects them from further harassment.

          

  123. Culture can influence interpersonal interaction reactions,such as someone avoiding eye contact. One groupmight consider certain mannerisms and gestures to be appropriate, while another group might consider themextremely rude. an officer's eye contact can either intimidate the listener or indicate concern and openness.Culture can also influence how much eye contact is considered permissible. Certain cultures view eye contact asa sign of disrespect or aggression.

          

  124. substantial limitationis a restriction of the manner, condition, or duration in which one can perform major life activities compared to non impaired people.

          

  125. a variety of strategies for finding resolutions to volatile situations include the following steps:the person struggles to resolve the situation using methods that worked in a previous similar situation. however, these methods may not always work in every situation. The person's failure to resolve the problem leads to the emotional blockage stage of crisis response.

          

  126. Identifying Veterans in Transitionchanges in their eyesight, including a loss of visual acuity and a deterioration of depth, distance, and peripheral perception. ey are more likely than younger people to suffer loss of balance, which increases their risk of falling. In addition, hearing loss and the loss of the ability to tell from where a sound originates may occur. Sensory impairment may limit a person's mobility, increase their likelihood of accidents, or lead to fear and isolation.

          

  127. extremist group or terrorist groupSovereign citizens are known for clogging the courts with a multitude of filings consisting of hundreds of documents containing unintelligible language

          

  128. Indicators of Suicide Riska person is at a high risk for suicide when he or she talks about committing suicide, attempts self-injury, or has formulated or indicated a suicide plan.

          

  129. Social acceptance:a gang provides the youth who have trouble making friends with someone to "hang out" with. Joining a gang can provide members with role models and a sense of identity.

          

  130. courtesyby showing consideration, respect, and cooperation when interacting with others.

          

  131. borderline personality disorderis an individual with an inflated sense of importance, a need for admiration, or a desire to be feared or notorious. Characteristics are dramatic emotional behaviors, difficulties with relationships, a lack of empathy for others, and being aggressive when challenged. ere are no medications to treat narcissistic personality disorder, only psychotherapy.

          

  132. communicationinvolves the exchange of messages, verbally and nonverbally, through signals or writing.

          

  133. blindnessis a functional loss of vision.

          

  134. gonnabeaspires to become gang members. Not yet accepted, they experiment with the gang lifestyle.

          

  135. telecommunications device for the deaf (tDD),an assistive listening device (sound amplifier with headphones), or sign-language interpreter also may be used to help with communication.