Students with High Incidence Disabilities (HID)

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Students with High Incidence Disabilities (HID) by Mind Map: Students with High Incidence Disabilities (HID)

1. Myths on HID

1.1. This demographic cannot pursuit higher education

1.2. Not able to have financial independence

1.3. Love and disability it's still taboo

2. Including, but not limited to:

2.1. 1. Autism spectrum disorders. 2. Communication disorders. 3.Intellectual disabilities. 4. Specific learning disabilities. 5. Emotional or behavioral disorders. 6. Physical and sensory needs (that affect educational opportunities)

3. This kind of disability is the most prevalent disability in the elementary and high school classrooms.

3.1. Percentage of students with HID

4. Those students must have an IEP

5. They are candidates for special education services