What type of disability discrimination is described in the scenario?Discuss

Client Profile, Raj Raj is a 6-year-old boy with severe intellectual disability caused by a genetic condition called Fragile-X syndrome (https://fragilex.org.au/what-is-fragile-x/). Raj’s parents moved from India to Australia shortly before Raj was born, they speak Hindi at home. Both Raj’s parents used to work in construction but since moving to Australia, Raj’s dad currently works in retail and his mum works as a book-keeper. Raj does not speak but he can follow some simple, familiar instructions in both Hindi and English. He makes choices about daily activities using gestures and by pointing to objects and pictures. Raj attends a specialised class for students with disability at his local primary school. He is generally a very happy person
HDS101, Trimester 1, 2021Assessment Task 32 but he will squeal, bite, hit, and cry if he feels frustrated or frightened. Raj’s family and teachers have developed an ‘About Me’ book that explains his communication needs and preferences to others. Raj has always loved water and is a safe swimmer (under supervision) but finding him a suitable swimming class has been difficult. Last summer his parents attempted to enrol him in a swim class but he was turned away as soon as the instructor learned he had a disability. Because of his sensory processing difficulties, Raj finds large group situations distracting and overwhelming. He does not cope well with loud noises or bright lights. He has also been bullied at his school and is anxious around adults and other children. Raj’s parents are keen to enrol him in lessons at a new pool that has recently opened. His mum visited the pool last week but felt intimidated by the enrolment form which was very long and complex. She is also worried she could misunderstand the instructor because her English skills are not fluent yet. Despite these concerns, Raj’s mum strongly values the opportunity for Raj to be included in a mainstream leisure setting and will do whatever it takes to make his lessons a success. Part A (Short and Long-Answer Questions)Please include the questions in your assignment document. Questions 1 to 4 are short-answer questions and do not require references if answered in your own words. This section of the assignment requires you to describe Raj’s disability according to the World Health Organisation’s International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF). You can examine the ICF categories online here: http://apps.who.int/classifications/icfbrowser/ There is also recorded a video demonstration of how to use the browser website.
HDS101, Trimester 1, 2021Assessment Task 33 Question 1 (2 marks)Identify the following impairment factors from the ICF model, and explain how they could affect Raj’s communication at the pool (2 marks)a.One (1) body structureb.One (1) body function

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