Student Physical Impairments
As defined by federal law, a child may qualify a student for special education under the category of “physical impairment” when the child's physical capacity to move, coordinate actions, or perform physical activities is significantly limited, impaired, or delayed and is exhibited by difficulties in one or more of the following areas:
- physical and motor tasks;
- independent movement;
- performing basic life functions.
The term shall include severe orthopedic impairments or impairments caused by congenital anomaly, cerebral palsy, amputations and fractures if such impairment adversely affects a student's educational performance.
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We have experience advocating for appropriate placements and services for children with Physical Impairments. If you need help advocating for your child, please contact us. We understand the steps that are necessary to get your child the free appropriate public education he or she is legally entitled to receive.
We know the importance of your child's education and we appreciate your confidence when you choose us to help protect your child's rights. It will always be our goal to provide effective and efficient legal representation in a highly responsive manner to improve your child's education.