What if your child has special needs?
If there are special needs to consider, they will be discussed and written on the IEP. Examples of special needs are:
Does your childs behavior interfere with his or her ability to learn? If so, a behavior support plan may need to be developed.
Is your child an English language learner? If so, appropriate language goals will be developed.
Is your child visually impaired, deaf or hard of hearing? If so, different forms of communication may need to be considered.
Does your child qualify for extended school year (special education servcies in excess of the regular school year)?
Does your child qualify for transportation ot and from school?
Does your child need assistive technology services (see the Technical Terms section that follows)?
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