Individualized Sample Clauses

Individualized. To achieve the goals laid out in the wraparound plan, the team develops and implements a customized set of strategies, supports, and services.
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Individualized. F. Whole group direct instruction: *review and adjust groups when achievement changes *different learning rates accounted for in planning and grouping *maximum participation opportunities planned *variety of group opportunities planned and monitored
Individualized. Services and supports are individualized and tailored to the unique strengths and needs of each child and family. They are altered to meet changing needs and goals.
Individualized. Staff will use this ongoing data to craft and facilitate tailored plans and strategies to meet the needs of each individual student and family. A large percentage of instruction will occur in small, homogenous groupings. The school will implement staffing models, school schedules, and classroom configurations that enable at least ninety minutes of small-group instruction for each student. Students will have significant time to work independently while teachers have conferences with students. The school will also recognize the various ways that students are able to produce their best work. Instruction will reach students who prefer different modalities. Students will use project-based assignments to individually pursue areas of interest and passion. The school’s behavioral system will be adaptive when specific students work best with unique plans.
Individualized. Plans and supports for children, youth and their families are tailored to the unique culture, beliefs and values, strengths, and needs of each child, youth and family. Funding sources must be flexible to support individualization.
Individualized. Each child served within the SOC should have an individualized care plan developed by the family team, with leadership from the child’s parents or legally responsible adult and the child or youth. The family team includes traditional service providers and also engages non- traditional and informal providers and supports. Needed services and informal supports should be available within the community, and be accessible.
Individualized. A single user is affected (less than one-quarter of individuals, sites, or devices).
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Individualized. A customized set of strategies, supports, and services are developed to address the identified goals.
Individualized. The team will develop and implement a customized set of strategies, supports, and services to achieve goals laid out in its plan.
Individualized. A single user is affected (less than one-quarter of individuals, sites, or devices). Urgency Definition Xxxxxxx defines the criticality of the incident to the customer’s business. Continuant will work with customer to understand and set the proper urgency level. There are four urgency levels: • Critical – Primary business function is stopped with no redundancy or backup. There may be an immediate financial impact to customer’s business. • High – Primary business function is severely degraded or supported by backup or redundant system. There is potential for a significant financial impact to customer’s business. • Medium – Non-critical business function is stopped or severely degraded. There is a possible financial impact to customer’sbusiness. • Low – Non-critical business function is degraded. There is little or no financial impact. Continuant Incident Management priorities are listed in the matrix below: Continuant will downgrade the incident priority in accordance with the reduced severity of impact or incident resolution. The case may be left open for a prescribed period while operational stability is being assessed. The IncidentTicketwill be resolved by Continuant or customeruponvalidation of theissueremediationand the system’s returning to operational stability. Change Control Continuantwill managethecontrol of change activities of thecoveredequipment. Theprimary goal of this process is to ensure all potential risks of performing changes are documented and communicated. Continuant’s change control responsibilities may consist of the following activities: • Raise and record changes • Assess the impact, benefit, and risk of proposed changes • Confirm business justification and obtain approval Three types ofchanges: DocuSign Envelope ID: 79A592D9-A47D-47DD-85DB-780770F443B8 • Standard – Standard changes are defined as well-known, repeatable, and thoroughly documented procedures. These procedures present a low risk to operations and business services as determined by a standard risk assessment. Standard changes are preauthorized by the customer to be implemented per terms agreed upon by the customer. If the service owner is concerned about the risk and/or potential impact of a change on other services, then a normal or emergency change should be considered. A list of standard change templates may be provided upon request. • Normal – Normal changes are defined as medium/high risk to business services, and therefore must follow the normal change management...
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