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4.3.1.3 All students with an educational classification of autism have impairments that:

4.3.1.3.1 Are inconsistent with the student’s overall developmental and functional level; and

4.3.1.3.2 Result in an educationally significant impairment in important areas of functioning; and

4.3.1.3.3 Are a part of a clear pattern of behavior that is consistently manifested across a variety of people, tasks and settings, and that persists across a significant period of time; and

4.3.1.3.4 Are not primarily accounted for by an emotional disorder.

4.3.2 An educational classification of autism is established:

4.3.2.1 Using specialized, validated assessment tools that provide specific evidence of the features of ASD described above;

4.3.2.2 By individuals who have specific training in the assessment of students with ASD in general, and in the use of the assessment procedures referred to in 4.3.2.1.; and

4.3.2.3 Based upon an observation of the student in a natural education environment, an observation under more structured conditions, and information regarding the student’s behavior at home.

4.3.3 Age of Eligibility: The age of eligibility for children with autism shall be from birth through age 20, inclusive.

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION CHAPTER 26

CLASSIFICATION OF DISABLING CONDITIONS

RSA Code Disabling Conditions

(5--) OTHER DISABLING CONDITIONS FOR WHICH ETIOLOGY IS NOT KNOWN OR NOT APPROPRIATE

500 Psychotic Disorders

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