7 AAC 57.940 - Children with special needs

For purposes of this chapter, a child has special needs if the child

(1) has been identified as not functioning according to age-appropriate expectations in the areas of affective, cognitive, communicative, perceptual, motor, physical, or social development to the extent that the child may require help, program adjustments, or related services on a regular basis in order to function in an adaptive manner;
(2) requires health and related services of a type or amount beyond that typically required by a child in the child's age group; or
(3) may require one or more of the following services:
(A) specialized care for a particular condition;
(B) a specially trained caregiver;
(C) frequent monitoring of the child's health or medical needs;
(D) very close supervision;
(E) frequent intervention;
(F) aided physical movement.


7 AAC 57.940
Eff. 6/23/2006, Register 178

Authority:AS 47.29.020

AS 47.32.010

AS 47.32.030

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