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Who does part B of IDEA cover school aged children ages 3-21 years old
Students must have 1 or more of these 10 categories to be elgible for services under IDEA part B mental retardation, hearing impairments, speech impairments, visual impairments, serious emotional distrurbance, specific learning disabiliites, other health impairments, TBI, autism, and orthopedic impairment
1 of the 10 categories Mental retardation
1 of the 10 categories Hearing impairments, including deafness
1 of the 10 categories Speech or language impairments
1 of the 10 categories Visual impairments, including blindness
1 of the 10 categories Serious emotional disturbance
1 of the 10 categories orthopedic impairment
1 of the 10 categories autism
1 of the 10 categories traumatic brain injury
1 of the 10 categories Other health impairment
1 of the 10 categories specific learning disability
Evaluation requires data on the following functional, devlopmental, and academic needs
What is the timeframe for IEP's goals to be developed for elgible students annually
Intervention services may be directed toward the following (under IDEA in school setting): teachers, and other adults working with the child, groups, environmental factors, and programmatic needs.
consultation with curriculum planers to support child's educational acheivement such as modified standardized testing; suggest adaptation to currriculum materials, and assisting with transtional supports targeted at post secondary goals Academic
This support helps develop pre-academic skills, including prewriting and prescissor skills, toliteing skills, drinnking skills, dressing/grooming tasks, communciaton skills, mgmt. of sensory needs, and social skills Developmental
Help child facilitate use of school related materials, daily routines, written school work, task/activity completion, transtions among activities and persons, adhereance to rules...participation in occupations w/ or without assitive equip Functional
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