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Motor/Physical Disabilities

Early Childhood Transition Process

Resource Author/Owner/Service Provider

PACER Center

Description

This guide provides information to help families of children with special needs prepare for smooth and effective transtions. It includes general information on the rights and responsibilities of families as well as eligibility under IDEA and Settings for Preschool, School Registration Requirements, Program Options for 4-year-olds and Areas of Development.

Age Eligibility

0-4

Target Audience

Age 0-3, Age 3-5

Publications

Websites


Categories

Autism Spectrum DisordersDevelopmental DisabilitiesDisability RightsEarly ChildhoodEducational PlanningFamily/School CommunicationHearing Impairment/DeafnessLearning DisabilitiesLife TransitionsMotor/Physical DisabilitiesResidential Care/PlacementsSpecial Education ClassificationsSpecial Education/IEP/504 a or bTransition Planning

Related Terms

special educationyoung children with disabilities
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A-Z of Disabilities and Accommodations
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Social Security Office Locator
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