An area of student need, involving difficulty remembering.
An area of student need involving an unsatisfactory psychological state, in terms of emotional, behavioural, physical and/or social well-being.
An area of student need, involving difficulty with understanding and effective use of one’s mental strengths and weaknesses.
An area of student need, involving difficulty with physically moving.
Adjustments to the grade-appropriate curriculum expectations to better fit a student’s specific educational needs. Modifications are documented on the IEP and in elementary schools for language and math often utilize curriculum of a different grade level. In other subjects and at secondary schools, modifications usually involved changing the number and/or complexity of the regular curriculum. A student receiving a modified program may also receive accommodations.
A formal exceptionality, identified by an Identification Placement and Review Committee (IPRC), in the category of Multiple, which indicates that the student’s needs are in two or more categories of exceptionality.
A diagnosed condition for a group of inherited disorders in which strength and muscle bulk gradually decline over time.