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OTHER HEALTH IMPAIRMENT  
 
Authorities:  34 C.F.R. Part 300; 19 T.A.C. Chapter 89
 
 
 
FEDERAL AND STATE REQUIREMENTS CITATIONS

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The child must be assessed in all areas of suspected disability. 300.304(c)(4)


P
The local educational agency must comply with EVALUATION PROCEDURES


P
In Texas, the group of qualified professionals that determines whether the child is a child with a disability and the educational needs of the child is the child's ADMISSION, REVIEW, AND DISMISSAL COMMITTEE. 89.1040(b)
89.1050(a)(5)


EVALUATION PROCEDURES



D
The group of qualified professionals that collects or reviews evaluation data in connection with the determination of the child's eligibility based on other health impairment (OHI) must include a licensed physician. 89.1040(c)(8)


ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA



P
A child with OHI is one who has been determined to meet the criteria for OHI due to chronic or acute health problems. 89.1040(c)(8)


P
OHI means having limited strength, vitality, or alertness that adversely affects a child‘s educational performance. 300.8(c)(9)


P
The term health problems includes: 89.1040(c)(8)
300.8(c)(9)(i)


P
  • Asthma;
89.1040(c)(8)
300.8(c)(9)(i)


P
  • Attention deficit disorder or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder;
89.1040(c)(8)
300.8(c)(9)(i)


P
  • Diabetes;
89.1040(c)(8)
300.8(c)(9)(i)


P
  • Epilepsy;
89.1040(c)(8)
300.8(c)(9)(i)


P
  • A heart condition;
89.1040(c)(8)
300.8(c)(9)(i)


P
  • Hemophilia;
89.1040(c)(8)
300.8(c)(9)(i)


P
  • Lead poisoning;
89.1040(c)(8)
300.8(c)(9)(i)


P
  • Leukemia;
89.1040(c)(8)
300.8(c)(9)(i)


P
  • Nephritis;
89.1040(c)(8)
300.8(c)(9)(i)


P
  • Rheumatic fever;
89.1040(c)(8)
300.8(c)(9)(i)


P
  • Sickle cell anemia; and
89.1040(c)(8)
300.8(c)(9)(i)


P
  • Tourette's Disorder.
89.1040(c)(8)
300.8(c)(9)(i)


P
The term limited alertness includes a heightened alertness to environmental stimuli that results in limited alertness with respect to the educational environment.
300.8(c)(9)

 
 
Last Updated: Wednesday, April 19, 2017