Accommodating Students with Emotional Disabilities. Nicole R. Biggs, M.Ed. Site Principal SiaTech Debbie Jones Disability Program Analyst Humanita s. Objectives. Objectives. Center staff will be able to:
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Nicole R. Biggs, M.Ed.
Disability Program Analyst
Definition: The inability to perform an action or a set of actions, either physical or mental, because of physical or emotional restriction1.
1Brodwin, M., Tellez, F., Brodwin, S. (1993). Medical, Psychosocial and Vocational Aspects of Disability. Athens, GA: Elliott and Fitzpatrick, Inc.
Individuals with the same diagnosis may and often do have needs that are unique to them; the same disability may manifest itself in different ways in different people
Treat the student with an emotional disability as someone who is entitled to and deserves a “normal” learning experience!