Developmental Cognitive Disability (DCD) is defined as a condition that results in intellectual functioning significantly below average and is associated with concurrent deficits in adaptive behavior that require special education and related services.
3525.1333 DEVELOPMENTAL COGNITIVE DISABILITY.
Subpart 1. Definition. "Developmental cognitive disability (DCD)" means a condition resulting in significantly below average intellectual functioning and concurrent deficits in adaptive behavior that adversely affects educational performance and requires special education and related services. DCD does not include conditions primarily due to a sensory or physical impairment, traumatic brain injury, autism spectrum disorders, severe multiple impairments, cultural influences, or inconsistent educational programming.
S.M.E.C.'S enrich programs are housed inside grand meadow and kingsland public schools and serve students in k-12 with developmental cognitive delay.
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