Dictionary for Parents of Children with Disabilities

Dictionary for Parents of Children with Disabilities

Here’s a neat resource to bookmark and keep handy: The Dictionary for Parents of Children with Disabilities.

This pdf dictionary defines terms and acronyms commonly used in evaluations or on insurance forms, specifically focusing on terms used in the fields of…

Testing/Evaluation, Early Intervention, Special Education and Related Services, Medical and Therapeutic Services, Family Supports and Resources, Vocational Training, Independent Living, Guardianship, and Insurance.

This is a great idea!

Click here to see the full dictionary.


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