Jargon Buster

March 2011
Zero to Three;Mar2011, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p71
Academic Journal
The article presents phrases about caring for individuals with disabilities and their corresponding meanings. Child Find refers to the process for the early identification of children with disabilities. The Individualized Family Service Plan refers to a plan for children age birth to 3-years-old with special needs that determine a child's developmental level, services that will advance skills and family goals. Universal Design is about supporting the access of children with disabilities to different environments and settings through removing barriers.


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