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Some children need specialized services or placement in order to have success in school. 

Placements depend in part on the following:

  1. Learning difficulties
  2. Behavioral and emotional difficulties
  3. Medical disorders and other health impairments
  4. Developmental disorders
  5. Visual or hearing impairments
  6. Diabetes and Children

Questions to address appropriate services and placements for students:

 Sample: School Letter for obtaining an evaluation for your child at no cost to you.


What may I do if my child is not eligible for special education services, but does have a condition or impairment that interferes with his/her ability to fully participate?

What are school placement options?

What are problems I may encounter?

What resource networks are there for parents?

What legal precedents are there in special education law?

 

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