A diagnosable condition via the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, 5th Edition (DSM-v), and an area of student need involving persistent problematic gambling within a 12-month period, resulting in distress with at least four of the following:
1. Gambles with increasing amounts of money to achieve the desired excitement.
2. Restless/irritable when attempting to cut down or stop gambling.
3. Repeated unsuccessful efforts to cut back or stop gambling.
4. Preoccupied thoughts of gambling.
5. Often gambles when feeling distressed.
6. After losing money, often returns to recoup losses.
7. Lies to conceal the extent of gambling.
8. Gambling has jeopardized a significant relationship, job or education.
9. Relies on others for money to relieve financial situations caused by gambling.
A formal exceptionality, identified by an Identification Placement and Review Committee (IPRC), in the category of Intelligence.
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An area of student need, involving gross (large) physical motor skills.