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Think your child might have a disability or developmental delay? Take these steps

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Published: October 25, 2019
  • Author: Claire McCarthy, MD,

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azure
October 26, 2019

School districts vary greatly in how well they implement IEPs, best to check out what your child’s school district track record is like for creating and implementing IEPs, and, if possible, how well the district does for your child’s specific issues.

majlesiran
October 26, 2019

yes while a child might not qualify for special education services, they need adjustments in their school program or extra support because of a diagnosis or disability.

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