Special Needs. If candidates have special needs that need to be taken into account in the exam environment, they must notify The Linux Foundation two weeks in advance so any accommodating measures can be communicated to the Exam Proctoring Partner.
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Special Needs. Section 21.1 The additional qualification for this Classification is the willingness to be trained for the performance of medical procedures for students. Any student who requires a medical procedure must be assigned a Special Needs para educator. There must be at least two Special Needs para educators district-wide, one for each affected student and one additional as a backup. Positions will only be posted for Special Needs para educators in order to provide the minimum coverage necessary.
Special Needs. Paraprofessionals Paraprofessionals who serve medically complex students shall be paid an annual supplement of two thousand three hundred dollars ($2,300) while so employed and assigned. The supplement shall apply only to employees who are assigned on a regular basis to students who require unique procedures as defined herein. (These procedures include, but are not limited to, maintaining gastrostomy tubes, observing the use of nebulizers, lifting immobile students, finger stick for the use of glucometers, oral suctioning of tracheotomy tubes, changing diapers and colostomy bags and other similar functions.) Before being assigned to a medically complex student, an employee shall be provided the training necessary to safely and appropriately serve the student’s medical needs. Such training will be mandatory. Such supplement shall be recommended by the Principal after proper training is provided to the employee. Approval will be given in writing by the Department of Exceptional Student Education (ESE) or designee. A one thousand seven hundred dollars ($1,700) annual supplement shall be recommended by the Principal for paraprofessionals who are assigned to a defined Emotionally/Behaviorally Disordered (E/BD) self-contained unit on a full-time basis. Approval will be given in writing by the Department of Exceptional Student Education (ESE) or designee. This supplement shall not be available to paraprofessionals who are assigned to regular classes with E/BD mainstreamed students. Approval will be given in writing by the Department of ESE or designee. Proper training(s) will be provided to the paraprofessional(s) so assigned. Under all circumstances, whenever a student is assigned to a paraprofessional, the ESE Coordinator shall meet with the employee and review in detail the Individual Education Plan (IEP) and behavioral plan.
Special Needs. A full-time Member who has completed at least twelve months and eleven weeks of continuous service at the University shall be eligible for a paid leave of absence for a period of up to two weeks to fulfil responsibilities relating to the special needs of a member of the Member‟s family. The teaching/professional and service responsibilities of Members on this leave shall normally be assumed by their colleagues without additional expense of the Employer.
Special Needs. The parties recognize that certain transportation services and equipment are required to insure the safe maneuvering of special education and/or handicapped students in boarding and unloading transportation vehicles, and to insure the safe transportation of the students while on board transportation vehicles. The Employer agrees to provide lifts on any vehicles transporting wheelchair students, and seatbelts or other restraints for each student transported when specified in the IEPC. Bus aides will be provided in the event the safety of the driver and/or passengers is compromised by the behavior and/or physical needs of the passengers as determined by an IEPC or the Employer. The Employer will provide Bargaining Unit Members with all relevant necessary information concerning their passengers' handicaps. In the event the Employees, pursuant to a student's IEPC or at the direction of the Employer, utilize any specialized procedures relating to medical or behavioral management, the Employer will provide prior training as to such procedures. Such training will be at the Employer’s expense, with compensation to the Bargaining Unit Member for any overtime occasioned by the training. Bus drivers and bus aides shall have the opportunity to participate in staffing and/or IEPC. The Employer agrees to indemnify and save Bargaining Unit Members harmless from any liability incurred in the transportation of special education students to and from school and school related activities, when the Employee is acting as a reasonable and prudent person would act.
Special Needs. The Association recognizes that the Employer may be required by law to provide certain "related services," for example changing diapers, clean intermittent catheterization (CIC) and tracheotomy cleaning, to special needs students. When related services require expertise, the Employer will endeavor to provide the services via trained personnel. In no case, however, will a Bargaining Unit Member be required to provide related services requiring expertise, unless the following conditions are met: