Disability Conditions

  • Federal and state rules and regulations define the following disability conditions for the purposes of special education:

    • Auditory Impairment
    • Autism
    • Deaf-Blindness
    • Emotional Disturbance
    • Intellectual Disability
    • Multiple Disabilities
    • Noncategorical Early Childhood
    • Orthopedic Impairment
    • Other Health Impairment
    • Specific Learning Disability
    • Speech or Language Impairment
    • Traumatic Brain Injury
    • Visual Impairment

Services

  • Eligible students' programs of services are determined by their Admission, Review, and Dismissal Committees. Students' programs of services are individualized; there is not a one-size-fits-all program. The list below includes - but is not limited to - various services students might receive.

    • Accommodations - Intended to reduce or even eliminate the effects of student’s disability but do not reduce learning expectations
    • Modifications - Practices and procedures that change the nature of the task or target skill
    • Speech therapy
    • Behavior intervention
    • Occupational therapy
    • Physical therapy
    • Psychological services/counseling
    • Orientation  & mobility training
    • Audiology
    • Parent training
    • In-home training
    • Adapted physical education
    • Assistive technology
    • Special transportation
    • Transition services - Focused on improving the academic and functional achievement of the child with a disability to facilitate the child's movement from school to post-school activities