Select a disorder/ disability from chapters 1-12 in Parritz and Troy (2018) which interests you or with which you feel called to work. You will provide an overview of the disorder/ disability by using the textbook and peer-reviewed research to address the following areas in relation to the disorder/ disability: etiology, prevalence, characteristics, and prognosis. Finally, address the primary concerns of the disorder using evidence based interventions, justifying your interventions with research.
turbines, initiating a generator. The tidal distinction should be generous so the water level. At the point when the tides produce an enormous tidal contrast in the water levels on inverse sides of the dam, the entryways are opened. At that point the water can move through the turbines, and turn an electric generator which produces power (El Bassam Nasir and Schlichting, 2013). Blasts are not restricted to seas and can be developed in tidal waterways, inlets, and estuaries (Rutledge et al., 2011). The development of blasts require overwhelming apparatus and are tedious. As per the article Tidal Energy, 'The natural effect of a torrent framework can be very critical. The land in the tidal range is totally disturbed. The adjustment in water level in the tidal pond may hurt plant and creature life. The saltiness inside the tidal pond brings down, which changes the creatures that can live there' (Rutledge et al., 2011). La Rance Tidal Power Plant The La Rance Tidal Power Plant situated in Brittany, France was built in 1966 is as yet working today. A sum of 24 turbines produce a yield limit of 240 MW with a power age of 540,000,000 kWh/yr. The plant is liable for providing 0.12% of the power in France (De Laleu, 2009). The power plant uses two wellsprings of vitality which incorporate ebb and flow vitality from the blast situated in the Rance River, and tidal vitality from the English Channel (Rutledge et al., 2011). The tidal power plant was worked in the Rance Estuary in France because of the huge tidal contrast in the zone. As indicated by the article La Rance Tidal Power Plant, the normal tide arrives at 8.2 meters, and the most extreme arrives at a tallness of 13.5 meters (De Laleu, 2009). The picture beneath delineates the tidal contrasts in France and shows where the La Rance Tidal Power Plant is found. Tidal Difference in France (De Laleu, 2009). The development took 5 years to finish and was finished in various stages. During the initial two years of development, two dams were worked to hinder the Rance River and channel the estuary. In 1967 the expense of development was 95 million euros which is comparable to 115.6 million USD. On the off chance that the La Rance Tidal Power Plant was developed today, it would have cost around 580 million euros, or 706 million USD (De Laleu, 2009). Tidal Fence A tidal fence is a less normal wellspring of sea flow vitality. As indicated by Distributed Renewable Energies for Off-Grid Communities – Strategies and Technologies toward Achieving Sustainability in Energy Generation and Supply by El Bassam Nasir and Schlichting, 'Tidal wall look like goliath turn>GET ANSWER