Related Services Related Services are supportive services required to assist a child with a disability to benefit from special education. Some common examples include: Audiological Services Counseling Services Interpreting Services Music Therapy Occupational Therapy (OT) Orientation & Mobility (O&M) Physical Therapy (PT) Psychological Services School Health Services Social Work Services Transportation
Areas of Learning Disability Basic Reading Reading Fluency Math Calculation Math Reasoning Writing Listening Comprehension Oral Expression
Common Instructional Arrangements 00 No Instructional Setting 01 Homebound 02 Hospital Class 08 Vocational Adjustment Class 40 Mainstream 41 Resource <21% 42 Resource 21 - 50% 43 Resource 50 - 60% 44 Self-Contained >60% 45 Full-Time PPCD 50 Residential 60 Non-Public Day School 70 TX School for the Blind 71 TX School for the Deaf 97 Off Home Campus
Transition Transition services are a coordinated set of activities for a child with a disability that--
focuses on improving the academic and functional achievement for students with disabilities to facilitate postschool activities including postsecondary education, vocational education, integrated employment, and independent living.
takes into account the individual child's strengths, preferences, interests; and
begins at age 14, or younger, if appropriate by the ARD committee.
Transfer of Rights A student with a disability who is 18 years of ager or older has the same right as a student without a disability to make educational decisions. The school district shall notify the student and the parents of the transfer of rights at least 1 year before the student turns 18.
Eligibility For a student to be eligible for Special Education and Related Services, there must be an identified disability condition and educational need.