These are children who may need special accommodations in school, but not formal special education. These include children with: persistent asthma; seizure disorders; diabetes; mental illnesses; or other health impairments that affects activities of daily living.
Process where teachers identify children with possible special education needs for referrals to intervention programs.
Child Protective Service- all abuse categories (physical, sexual, emotional, neglect. Protective services will respond immediately or within 24 hours.
Comprehensive Student Assistance Process (CSAP)- 3 tiered process to identify students who need support in classrooms.
Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment – Works in conjunction with Medicaid to screen for conditions that interfere with normal childhood development and learning- 1-800-543-7633.
Gifted Individualized Education Plan (GIEP). Developed for mentally gifted students (students with an I.Q. >130, or students with an I.Q. <130 that meet other educational criteria.
General Protective Service- involves neglect, lack of supervision, lack of daily basic needs. Protective service will respond in one to six days.
Intensive Case Management services provide direct services to children ages 3 through 18 years who display serious emotional disturbances. ICM works to ensure that children and their families utilize natural supports, as well as traditional and non-traditional community resources to develop appropriate relationships with family and caregivers.
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act – passed Congress in 1975 to ensure all children with disabilities in the U.S. receive free and appropriate public education (FAPE)- Birth to 3 years old is under Part C of IDEA Act. From third birthday to 1st grade is under Part B:Section 619 of IDEA.
Individual Family Service Plan – written plan for children 0-3 years old with developmental delays and the services they will receive- Family Focused.
This written plan start when a special needs child turns 16 years old. The IEP team meets with the student to discuss and plan for future goals including: post-secondary education, vocational training, independent employment, adult services, independent living, and community participation.
A person who provides psychological, behavioral, and family therapy to children in their own home.
Similar to Chapter 15 – is a part of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. It is not a special education program. Any student with a disability that interferes with a major life activity is qualified for educational services and accommodations. Student does not get an IEP. Conditions include: ADHD; Dyslexia: Severe Asthma; and others.
Supplemental Security Income – A federal program that makes monthly payments to disabled children/adults who have limited income and resources. 1-800-772-1213.
Federally funded, privately owned developments; must apply to each development individually.
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) is the monthly cash assistance program for poor families with children under age 18.
Multidisciplinary behavioral and therapeutic supports for children ages 0-21 that places supports in the child’s community, school, and home.