Its purpose is to see if, yes, your child is experiencing a developmental delay. ...
your state defines developmental delay, as well as the criteria of eligibility for ...
For complete information regarding disability criteria requirements, refer to
Minnesota Rule 3525.1351. Developmental Delay (Three through Six Years of
Definition: A child with a developmental delay shall be three through eight years
of age and who is experiencing developmental delays in one or more of the ...
Developmental delay can be difficult to diagnose. There are two types of tests
that can be done, developmental screening and developmental evaluation.
Developmental Delay. ECEA Disability Category, Definition. and Eligibility
Criteria. CDE Eligibility Training Slides. April 2013. Vision. All students in
DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY. 1. Definition. Developmental Delay refers to children
aged three (3) through nine (9) who are experiencing developmental delays ...
Sep 12, 2013 ... If the state decides to allow eligibility based on developmental delay, ... the
eligibility criteria used by their State and Local Education Agencies.
Some children at a young age might have a delay in their development, but not
meet the specific requirements of any other of Michigan's eligibility labels.
education.ky.gov/specialed/excep/Documents/Developmental Delay Eligibility Determination Form.doc
Developmental Delay (DD) ... The student meets the eligibility criteria for
developmental delay, which adversely impacts his/her education, and is eligible
The current eligibility criteria for significant developmental delay under state law
is found at PI 11.36 (11), Wis. Admin. Code. If a student is found to have an ...