Individual with a severe significant disability definition

Individual with a severe significant disability means an individual with a disability (i) who has
Individual with a severe significant disability means an individual with a severe physical,
Individual with a severe significant disability means an individual with a severe physical, mental, cognitive, or sensory impairment whose ability to function independently in the family or community, or whose ability to engage or continue obtain, maintain, or advance in employment is so limited by

More Definitions of Individual with a severe significant disability

Individual with a severe significant disability means an individual with a severe physical, mental, cognitive, or sensory impairment whose ability to function independently in the family or community, or whose ability to engage or continue obtain, maintain, or advance in employment is so limited by the severity of his physical or mental disability that independent living rehabilitation services are required in order to achieve a greater level of independence in functioning substantially limited and for whom the delivery of IL services will improve the ability to function, continue functioning, or move toward functioning independently in family or community or engaging or continuing in employment. Independent living rehabilitation services needed by an individual with a severe disability generally are appreciably more costly and of appreciably greater duration than vocational rehabilitation services that might be provided under 34 CFR 361 to continue in employment.