Many young people may have difficulty with spoken or written language, memory, attention, concentration, organizational skills, physical coordination, or social behavior. However, a consis- tent pattern of behaviors could be a possible indication that the child may have a disability. Consultation with a child’s pediatri- cian/ family doctor and /or your local school district’s Commit-
tee on Special Education is recommended.
Multiple and diverse processes that can effect and shape a child’s growth and personality.
Specialty designed individualized or group instruction or special ser- vices/programs to meet the unique needs of students with disabilities.
Educational Services can be defined as follows:
Special education services and programs are provided through Cayuga County Health and Human Services, Early Intervention Services, com- munity agencies and your local school district.
Developmental indicators include but are not limited to:
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Hyperactivity / distractibility Disorganized thinking and memorization Poor social skills Poor visual motor coordination Difficulty concentrating Poor organizational skills Poor short-term memory Difficulty with abstract reasoning or problem solving Physical limitations