TABLE 2

Examples of Children or Teenagers Who May Qualify for Special Health and/or Behavioral Accommodations and Support in a School Setting

• Child with intellectual or developmental disability, including the following:
  ◦ autism spectrum disorder
  ◦ cerebral palsy
• Child with learning disabilities
  ◦ Oral expression
  ◦ Listening comprehension
  ◦ Written expression
  ◦ Basic reading skills
  ◦ Reading fluency skills
  ◦ Reading comprehension
  ◦ Mathematics calculation
  ◦ Mathematics problem solving
• Child with condition affecting behavior in school, including those with a mental health condition, including the following:
  ◦ teen who is suicidal
  ◦ a child aggressive to others
  ◦ child shortly after injury, with residual issues, including the following:
   - child postconcussion38 and other traumatic brain injury
   - after automobile or other injury
• Child with chronic condition affecting performance, including those with episodic or occasional issues, including the following:
  ◦ child with asthma or diabetes
  ◦ child with seizure disorder
  ◦ child with allergy to food
  ◦ child with physical disabilities such as juvenile arthritis and muscular dystrophy/neuromuscular disorders
• Child with chronic infection, either on treatment or noncompliant, including the following:
  ◦ child with HIV/AIDS
  ◦ child with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis
• Child requiring technological supports, such as
  ◦ tube feeding or special modified diet (ie, textured or pureed foods or low salt)
  ◦ ventilator or oxygen
  • These students may be served by IDEA law, section 504, or the ADA depending on the child’s needs in a school setting.