child with a disability
(1) Child with a disability The term “child with a disability” means an individual who— (A) has a significant physical or mental impairment, as defined pursuant to State policy to the extent that such policy is established without regard to type of disability; or (B) is an infant or a young child from birth through age 8 and has a substantial developmental delay or specific congenital or acquired condition that presents a high probability of resulting in a disability if services are not provided to the infant or child.
42 USC § 15092(a)(1)
None identified. Default scope is assumed to be the entire title.