Multiple Disabilities

Multiple disabilities mean coexisting disabilities, one of which must be a significant intellectual disability.  The coexisting disabilities are lifelong and interfere with independent functioning, and it is difficult to determine which disability most adversely affects educational performance.  The term does not include deaf-blind.

Identification and eligibility for special education is determined by the case conference committee using the required assessment components.   See “Required Assessment Components for Eligibility Areas."

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