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Definition: A child with an Intellectual Disability shall have reduced general intellectual functioning existing concurrently with deficits in adaptive behavior and manifested during the development period, which prevents the child from receiving reasonable educational benefit from general education.
- Guidelines for Determining Eligibility for a Child with an Intellectual Disability or Multiple Disabilities, September 2013 (PDF)
The CONNECT (Connect to Networking, News and Encouragement for Caring Teachers) listserv is a place for teachers and service providers working with students with significant support needs (e.g. physical disabilities, autism, multiple disabilities, etc.) to find information, encouragement and networking opportunities.
We know that many times those working with students with significant needs may be isolated and lack the opportunity to collaborate with colleagues or find the expertise they need in a timely and safe setting. This is a place to ask questions, have discussions and share ideas with those in the field that are having the same experiences.
To subscribe to the CONNECT listserv:
- Please complete the online listserv subscription request, CONNECT Listserv Subscription.
- Once you have been added, you will receive a confirmation email
For more information or questions regarding Intellectual Disabilities, please contact:
Email Gina Herrera
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