Students who have disturbances in their capacity to relate appropriately to people, an absence or delay in language, speech, or meaningful communication and unusual or inconsistent responses to sensory stimuli may be eligible for special education. Visual problems include: a. General pervasive mood of unhappiness or depression d. Voice - including inappropriate pitch, loudness or voice quality. Students who do not have age-appropriate communicate skills may have a speech and language impairment. There are thirteen areas in which a student may be eligible for special education programs and services. Students with significant visual problems that interfere with their development or which adversely affects their educational performance. Students with a severe orthopedic impairment that adversely affects their educational performance and may require physical adaptations within the school environment may be eligible for special education. More detailed information is available from the school special education staff.
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