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A-Z Dictionary of Disabilty Terms Please note: This page is currently under construction. Thanks!!!

Please note: This is not a comprehensive list of disability terms. The terms listed are defintions from The Iris Center. Click here to learn more about The Iris Center.


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504 plan - A plan that specifies the accommodations and modifications necessary for a student with a disability to attend school with her or his peers; named for Section 504 of the federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973, which prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities, ensuring that children with disabilities have equal access to public education; students with 504 plans do not meet the eligibility requirements for special education under IDEA.


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Accessibility -An optimal state in which barrier-free environments allow maximum participation and access by individuals with disabilities.


Accessible Parking Placard - Programs that issue plates, decals or other special devices which allow people who have disabilities to park in designated spaces.

To find organizations that can provide an Accessible Parking Placard, click here to search our database under the keyword "Accessible Parking Placard".


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Accommodation - Service or support related to a student's disability that allows her or him to fully access a given subject matter and to accurately demonstrate knowledge without requiring a fundamental alteration to the assignment, test, standard, or expectation.


Adaptive Behavior - The performance of the everyday life skills expected of adults, including communication, self-care, social skills, home living, leisure, and self-direction.


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Adaptive Driver Evaluation - Programs that provide instruction for individuals with disabilities who want to learn how to drive using vehicles which have been modified to accommodate their needs.

To find organizations that can provide Adaptive Driver Evaluation, click here to search our database under the keyword "Adaptive Driver Evaluation".


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Adult Day Services - Programs that provide care for adults in a supervised, protective setting during some portion of a twenty-four hour day.

To find organizations that can provide Adult Day Services, click here to search our database under the keyword "Adult Day Services".


Adult Service - Any one of a variety of services available to individuals with disabilities who meet certain eligibility requirements and that typically falls into one of three categories: employment services, social security and health services, and community living and support services. In some cases, adult services are provided through agencies that also serve persons without disabilities (e.g., Medicaid).


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Advocacy Services - Programs that seek to influence legislation in order to benefit specific interest groups or achieve specific social, political or environmental goals; or which intercede on behalf of individuals and/or groups to ensure that they receive the benefits and services to which they are entitled and that their rights guaranteed by law are protected and enforced.

To find organizations that can provide Advocacy Services, click here to search our database under the keyword " Advocacy Services".


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Age Of Majority - Age at which students are considered legal adults and at which legal rights are transferred to students.


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Aging and Disability Medicaid Waiver Programs - Programs authorized by the TN Commission on Aging and Disability to waive certain Medicaid requirements giving eligible individuals more flexibility in long term care. Included are home and community based care (HCBC) services.

To find organizations that can provide Aging and Disability Medicaid Waiver Programs (in TN the program is known as Choices), click here to search our database under the keyword " Aging and Disability Medicaid Waiver Programs"


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Alternative And Augmentative Communication (AAC) - The clinical practice that attempts to compensate for the impairment and disability patterns of people with severe expressive communication disorders. In the our database, information about organizations that may provide Alternative And Augmentative Communication (AAC) is listed under Speech and Communication Therapy.

To find organizations that can provide Speech and Communication Therapy, click here to search our database under the keyword "Speech and Communication Therapy".


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Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) - Federal disability anti-discrimination legislation passed in 1990 to guarantee basic civil rights to people with disabilities; similar to those provided to individuals on the basis of race, sex, national origin, and religion, ADA guarantees equal opportunities for individuals with disabilities in areas of employment, transportation, government services, telecommunications, and public accommodations.


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Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) Information and Assistance - Programs that provide technical assistance, training and/or information regarding the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA).

To find organizations that can provide ADA Information and Assistance, click here to search our database under the keyword "ADA Information and Assistance".


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Animal Aides - Programs that provide and train recipients in the use of animals who have been taught to help individuals who have disabilities increase their mobility and independence and/or maximize their ability to communicate effectively.

To find organizations that can provide Animal Aides, click here to search our database under the keyword "Animal Aides".


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Annual Goals - Statements in a student's Individual Education Plan (IEP) that outline the major expectations for that student during the upcoming twelve months; must be objective and measurable.


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Anxiety Disorder - Any one of a family of conditions characterized by an irrational dread of ordinary circumstances and everyday occurrences; the condition causes painful uneasiness and emotional tension or confusion. In our database, information about organizations that can provide counseling and therapy is listed under Mental Health Care and Counseling.

To find organizations that can provide Mental Health Care and Counseling, click here to search our database under the keyword "Mental Health Care and Counseling".


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Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) - Research methodology that employs single subject designs (e.g., reversal, multiple baseline); paradigms that describe human behavior in terms of events that stimulate behavior maintain behavior), and increase its likelihood. In our database, information about organizations that can provide ABA Therapy is listed under Behavioral Services.

To find organizations that can provide Behavioral Services, click here to search our database under the keyword "Behavioral Services".


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Arts & Music Programs - Programs that provide opportunities for all individuals to participate in art and music activities

To find organizations that can provide Arts & Music Programs, click here to search our database under the keyword "Arts & Music Programs".


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Asperger Syndrome - A condition that is part of the autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in which cognition is usually in the average or above-average range, but there maybe some challenges with communication and social skills.

In the newest Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), the book used to make psychiatric and developmental diagnoses, Asperger Syndrome is now called “autism spectrum disorder. For more information, please click here to link to the Autism Resources Portal. .


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Assistive Device - Any piece of equipment or technology that facilitates people's work, communication, mobility, or other aspect of daily life. To find organizations that can provide Assistive Devices, click here to search our database under the keyword "Assistive Technology Equipment".


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Assistive Technology - Any item, service, equipment, or product system whether acquired commercially, specially designed, or created via changes to an existing product that is used to increase, maintain, or improve the functional capabilities in the daily life of an individual with a disability; comes in two forms, devices and services.

To find organizations that can provide Assistive Technology, click here to search our database under the keyword "Assistive Technology Equipment".


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Attention Deficit (ADD)/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) - Any of a range of behavioral disorders in children characterized by symptoms that include poor concentration, an inability to focus on tasks, difficulty in paying attention, and impulsivity.



To find organizations that can provide resources about Attention Deficit (ADD)/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), click here to search our database under relevant keywords, such as, "Behavioral Services, Learning Disability, and/or Tutoring Services".


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Audiologist - A professional trained to diagnose hearing losses and auditory problems. In the our database, information about organizations that may provide an Audiologist is listed under Speech and Communication Therapy or Deaf/Hard of Hearing Services.

To find organizations that can provide Speech and Communication Therapy and/or Deaf/Hard of Hearing Services, click here to search our database under the keywords "Speech and Communication Therapy" or "Deaf/Hard of Hearing Services".


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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) - Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a “neurodevelopmental disability.” which means it is a disorder of brain development. Children and adults with ASD have differences with how they interact with people and in their interests or behaviors. These start in early childhood and impact day-to-day life.


For more information, please click here to link to the Autism Resources Portal. .


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Autism Spectrum Disorder Resources - Programs that address autism, a developmental disability which affects communication and behavior.


To find organizations that can provide Autism Resources, click here to search our database under the keyword"Autism Resources".


Automobile/Van Adaptations - Programs that provide vehicle modification such as seats or steering, signaling, gear shift and braking controls, wheelchair lifts and wheelchair tie-downs for use by people who have a physical disability. Includes programs that provide modified vehicles for purchase or rent

To find organizations that can provide Automobile/Van Adaptations, click here to search our database under the keyword "Automobile/Van Adaptations".


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Behavioral Intervention Plan (BIP) - A set of strategies designed to address the function of a student's behavior as a means through which to alter it; requires a functional behavioral assessment and an associated plan that describes individually determined procedures for both prevention and intervention.


For more information, please click here to link to Tennessee Special Education Plans.


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Behavioral Services - Programs that address behavior disorders. Behavior disorders are characterized by a repetitive and persistent pattern of conduct in which either the basic rights of others or major age-appropriate societal norms are violated. The behavior can be aggressive or non-aggressive. Includes programs that specialize in providing information about treatment options and/or provide behavioral intervention.

To find organizations that can provide Behavioral Services, click here to search our database under the keyword " Behavioral Services".


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Bilingual and/or Multilingual Staff - Service providers who have staff or volunteers who speak two or more languages including English to assist clients, consumers, and families with information about their resources.

To find organizations that have Bilingual and/or Multilingual Staff, click here to search our database under the keyword "Bilingual and/or Multilingual Staff". For providers that have Bilingual and/or Multilingual Staff that speak English & Spanish, please click here to search in the Camino Seguro database.


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Blind and/or Vision Loss - Specialized programs and services for children, youth and adults who are blind or have a severe vision loss.

To find organizations that can provide services to those who are Blind and/or Vision Loss, click here to search our database under the keyword "Blind and/or Vision Loss".


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Blindness - Disability or condition in which an individual has no vision or possesses only the ability to detect the presence or absence of light.

To find organizations that can provide services to those who are blind or experience vision loss, click here to search our database under the keyword "Blind and/or Vision Loss".


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Braille - A system of reading and writing that uses dot codes embossed on paper; the concept of tactile reading was promoted by Louis Braille in 1824, whose method is a precursor to the one used today.

To find organizations that can provide information and resources on Braille, click here to search our database under the keyword "Blind and/or Vision Loss".


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Camps and/or Summer Programs - Residential or day camp facilities that are appropriately staffed and equipped to provide an opportunity for children who have developmental, emotional, or health-related disabilities.

To find organizations that offer Camps and/or Summer Programs, click here to search our database under the keyword "Camps and/or Summer Programs".


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Cerebral Palsy (CP) - A nonprogressive, neuromotor impairment that affects body movements and muscle coordination.

To find organizations that can provide information and resources about Cerebral Palsy, click here to search our database under the keyword "Cerebral Palsy Resources".


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Cerebral Palsy Resources - Programs that address Cerebral Palsy, a developmental disability which affects body movement and muscle coordination.

To find organizations that can provide Cerebral Palsy Resources, click here to search our database under the keyword "Cerebral Palsy Resources".


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Child Care Programs - Programs that provide substitute parental care for children during some portion of a 24-hour day.

To find organizations that can provide Child Care Programs, click here to search our database under the keyword "Child Care Programs".


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Conservatorship and/or Special Trust - Programs for parents, family members, and/or caregivers who need assistance with becoming appointed as a conservator or establish a Special Needs Trust. These programs are designed to protect adults with disabilities and/or seniors from the following:

  1. To protect from physical danger and improper treatment
  2. To protect their estate from exploitation or waste when they are incapable of managing their own affairs,
  3. Or for those who are competent, but are infirm
  4. Also, to develop a beneficiary program to supplement government benefits as a source of additional income within allowable limits.

To find organizations that can provide Conservatorship and/or Special Trust, click here to search our database under the keyword "Conservatorship and/or Special Trust".


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Cystic Fibrosis - An inherited disease affecting most of the organs and bodily functions; characterized by thick, sticky mucous that often interferes with breathing or digestion; generally does not affect intellectual functioning but is increasingly debilitating.

To find organizations that can provide resources on Cystic Fibrosis, click here to search our database under the keyword "Specific Disability Related Organizations".


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Deaf - Hearing loss severe enough that speech and most other sounds cannot be perceived without the use of a hearing aid.

To find organizations that can provide resources for individuals who are deaf, click here to search our database under the keyword Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Programs .


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Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Programs -Specialized programs and services for children, youth, and adults who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.

To find organizations that can provide resources for individuals who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, click here to search our database under the keyword Deaf and Hard-of -Hearing Programs .


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Deaf Culture -Describes the social beliefs, behaviors, art, literary traditions, history, values, and shared institutions of communities that are affected by deafness and may use sign languages as the main means of communication. When used as a cultural label especially within the culture, the word deaf is often written with a capital "D" and referred to as "big D Deaf" in speech and sign. When used as a label for the audiological condition, it is written with a lower case "d". Members of the deaf community tend to view deafness as a difference in human experience rather than a disability.

To find organizations that can provide resources for individuals who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, click here to search our database under the keyword Deaf and Hard-of -Hearing Programs .


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Deaf Blind - A dual disability which an individual has both vision and hearing impairments, but might not be completely deaf and/or blind.

To find organizations that can provide resources for individuals who are deaf blind, click here to search our database under keywords Deaf and Hard-of -Hearing Programs and Blind and/or Vision Loss.


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Dental Care Services - Programs that specialize in the care of the teeth including the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the teeth and gums. Our database includes low-income clinics and dentists who have received formal certification from the Academy of Dentistry for Persons with Disabilities (ADPD).

To find organizations that can provide Dental Care Services, click here to search our database under the keyword Dental Care Services.


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Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disability Medicaid Waiver Programs - Programs that Medicaid programs offered by states that have been authorized by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to waive certain Medicaid requirements giving them more flexibility in Medicaid program operation. Included are home and community care based (HCBC) waiver programs operated by Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disability

To find out more information about the Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disability Medicaid Waiver Programs, click here to search our database under the keyword Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disability Medicaid Waiver Programs.


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Depression - A continued and sustained state of despair and dejection.

To find organizations that can provide resources on depression, click here to search our database under the keyword Mental Health Care and Counseling .


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Developmental Delay - A term used to encompass a variety of missed developmental milestones or disabilities in infants and young children in one or more areas, including motor development, socialization, independent functioning, cognitive development, or communication.

To find organizations that can provide resources on Developmental Delay, click here to search our database under the keywords Developmental/Educational/Psychological Testing, or Early Intervention Program for Young Children .


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Developmental/Educational / Psychological Testing - Programs that provide screening and diagnostic services for individuals which measure intellectual functioning, developmental skills for the classroom, language and communication skills, independent living skills, social and emotional development.

To find organizations that can provide Developmental/Educational / Psychological Testing, click here to search our database under the keyword Developmental/Educational / Psychological Testing.


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Differentiated Instruction - An approach whereby teachers adjust their curriculum and instruction to maximize the learning of all students: average learners, English language learners, struggling students, students with learning disabilities, and gifted and talented students; not a single but rather a framework that teachers can use to implement a variety of strategies, many of which are evidence-based.

To find organizations that can provide resources on different learning styles and instruction, click here to search our database under the keywords IDEA Information and/or Training Programs, Special Education Program, or Tutoring Services .


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Disability - Any of a wide variety of conditions characterized by limitations in typical function(e.g., seeing, hearing, speaking, or learning) or development resulting from a physical or sensory impairment.

Click here to search our database for disability-related resources.


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Down Syndrome - A disorder arising from chromosome defect (i.e., an extra chromosome on the twenty-first pair) that often results in identifiable physical characteristics (e.g., short stature, broad facial profile) and that usually causes delays in physical and intellectual development.

To find organizations that can provide resources on Down Syndrome, click here to search our database under the keyword Down Syndrome Resources .


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Down Syndrome Resources - Programs that address Down Syndrome; a genetic condition that causes delays in physical and intellectual development.

To find organizations that can provide resources on Down Syndrome, click here to search our database under the keyword Down Syndrome Resources .


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Dual Diagnosis (developmental disability/mental health) - Programs that provide intervention services to children and adults with developmental disability and mental illness.

To find organizations that can provide services to indivduals with a dual diagnosis, click here to search our database under keywords Dual Diagnosis, Mental Health Care and Counseling, or Mental Health Residential Treatment Facilities.


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Due Process Hearing - A noncourt proceeding before an impartial hearing officer that can be used if parents and school personnel disagree on a special education issue.

To find organizations that can provide resources on special education advocacy , click here to search our database under the keywords Advocacy Services, and IDEA Information and/or Training Programs.


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Dyslexia - A severely impaired ability to read; presumed to be caused by a central nervous system dysfunction.

To find organizations that can provide resources on dyslexia, click here to search our database under the keywords Learning Disability Resources and Tutoring Services.


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Early Childhood Special Education - The provision of customized services crafted to meet the individual needs of young children with disabilities; generally used among children from birth to five years old.

To find organizations that can provide resources for Early Childhood Special Education, click here to search our database under the keywords Early Intervention Program for Young Children and Special Education Programs.


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Early Intervention - Specialized services provided to very young children at risk for or showing signs of developmental delay.

To find organizations that can provide early intervention services, click here to search our database under the keyword Early Intervention Program for Young Children.


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Early Intervention Program for Young Children - Programs that work with infants and children under 3 years of age who show evidence of developmental lags in physical, behavioral, social and/or academic functioning.

To find organizations that can provide early intervention services, click here to search our database under the keyword Early Intervention Program for Young Children.


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Emergency Alert Devices - Programs that ensure that older individuals or persons with disabilities who are at risk of having health-related crises so that they receive the medical attention needed during an emergency.

To find organizations that can provide emergency alert devices, click here to search our database under the keyword Emergency Alert Devices.


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Emergency Shelters - Programs that provide a temporary place to stay for newcomers and/or people who are in crisis in the community

To find organizations that can provide emergency shelter, click here to search our database under the keyword Emergency Shelters.


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Emotional Or Behavioral Disorder (also known as Emotional Disturbance) - A condition of disruptive or inappropriate behaviors that interferes with a student's learning, relationships with others, or personal satisfaction to such a degree that intervention is required.

To find organizations that can provide , click here to search our database under the keywords Behavioral Services and Mental Health Care and Counseling.


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Employment Resources - Programs that provide employment opportunities for individuals searching for jobs; assist people by helping them prepare for, find, or secure employment; and/or assist with modification and/or support in the workplace. See also Vocational Training.

To find organizations that can provide information on employment and vocational training for people with disabilities, click here to search our database under the keywords Employment Resources and Vocational Training.


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English As A Second Language (ESL) - Instructional approach in which non-native speakers are instructed in English until a level of proficiency is achieved; does not provide support in the student's native or primary language; also referred to as English for speakers of other languages (ESOL).

To find organizations that can provide resources on ESL/ESOL, click here to search our database under the keyword Immigrant and Refugee Services.


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English Language Learner (ELL) - The preferred term for a student engaged in learning English as his or her second language; sometimes called limited English proficient (LEP) students.

To find organizations that can provide resources on ELL/LEP , click here to search our database under the keyword Immigrant and Refugee Services.


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Epilepsy - A neurological disorder characterized by recurrent seizures.

To find organizations that can provide resources on epilepsy, click here to search our database under the keyword Specific Disability Related Organizations.


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Equipment Exchange - Programs that loan or recycle medical or durable equipment including wheelchairs, bath aids, computers, and assistive technology.

To find organizations that can provide equipment exchange services, click here to search our database under the keyword Equipment Exchange.


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Family Support Program - In 1992, at the urging of disability advocates and families, The Tennessee legislature established the Family Support Program. The program is funded by state dollars and designed to assist individuals with severe disabilities and their families to remain together in their homes and communities.

Family Support is not a substitute for more comprehensive services provided under other programs, including the Medicaid Home and Community Based (HCBS) Waiver, TennCare (Tennessee's Medicaid program), Medicare, or private insurance. For more information about the Family Support Program, click here.


To find organizations that can provide assistance with Family Support, click here to search our database under the keyword Family Support Program Provider .


Family Support Program Provider - Organizations contracted with the Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disability to administer the Family Support Program.

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To find organizations that is a Family Support Program Provider, click here to search our database under the keyword Family Support Program Provider.


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Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) - A condition that can result in congenital cognitive disabilities, behavior problems, and physical disability in the children of women who drink alcohol during pregnancy.

Click here to search our database for disability-related resources.


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Financial Assistance - Programs that provide monetary support to fund the short-term needs of an individual in emergency situations.

To find organizations that can provide limited financial assistance, click here to search our database under the keyword Financial Assistance.


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Finger Spelling - A form of manual communication that assigns each letter of the alphabet a sign; one form of sign language used by people who are deaf.

To find organizations that can provide resources for individuals who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, click here to search our database under the keyword Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Programs.


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FM System - An assistive listening device that brings sound to a student's ears so that he or she can hear better. An FM system allows teachers to talk into a microphone and transmit the sound of their voices to a student. An FM system consists of three parts: a microphone, a receiver, and a transmitter.

To find organizations that can provide resources for individuals who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, click here to search our database under the keyword Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Programs.


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Fragile X Syndrome (FXS) - An inherited genetic disorder associated with disabilities and particularly linked to intellectual disabilities; some children with fragile X have average intelligence with or without learning disabilities; other symptoms include a large head and prominent forehead, nose, ears, and jaw, ADHD, heart murmurs, and some incidence of behavior issues.

Click here to search our database for disability-related resources. .


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Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) - A provision of IDEA ensuring that students with disabilities receive necessary education and services without cost to the child or family.

To find organizations that can provide , click here to search our database under the keywords Advocacy Services and IDEA Information and/or Training Programs .


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Full Inclusion - An interpretation of the least restrictive environment concept that all students with disabilities should receive their instruction in the general education classroom; the act of facilitating the full participation of an individual in an activity, lesson, or course of study.

To find organizations that can provide information and resources on full inclusion, click here to search our database under the keywords Advocacy Services and IDEA Information and/or Training Programs .


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Functional Assessment - Method used to determine special education eligibility, the nature of the needed instructional program, and long-term goals for individuals with severe disabilities; evaluations focus on independent living and are conducted in natural settings.

Some organizations that provide developmental, educational, and/or psychological testing may be able to assist with a functional assessment, click here to search our database under the keyword Developmental/Educational / Psychological Testing.


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Functional Vision Assessment (FVA) - An assessment, required in most states, to determine a student's eligibility for educational vision services. Conducted in the student's natural learning environment by a teacher of students with visual impairments, a FVA describes the ways in which the student's visual impairment affects his or her development and learning.

To find more about obtaining a Fuctional Vision Assessment, contact your child's school. Click here to search our database under the keyword Blind and/or Vision Loss for additional resources.


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General Education - A classroom and curriculum which serves typical students, as well as, students with disabilities.

To find resources to assist your child that may some difficulties in general education, may not require special education services, click here to search our database under the keyword Tutoring Services .


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Gifted - Used to describe individuals with high levels of intelligence, outstanding abilities, and the capacity for high performance.

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Health Care Services - Programs that provide evaluation and treatment of people who have illnesses, injuries or disabilities.

To find organizations that can provide health care services, click here to search our database under the keyword Health Care Services .


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Health Insurance Information - Programs that assist with obtaining health insurance such as TennCare, Medicare and/or Medicaid.

To find organizations that can provide resources about public or private health insurance, click here to search our database under the keyword Health Insurance Information.


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Hearing Aid - An electronic device worn by those with hearing loss to help to amplify received sounds.

To find organizations that can provide services to individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, click here to search our database under the keyword Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Programs .


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Hemiplegia - A condition in which one half of the body (right or left) is paralyzed.

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Home Rehabilitation/Repair Service - Programs that pay for or provide assistance in the form of labor and supplies to repair and/or make a house accessible for individuals who are elderly and/or have a disability and have a limited income.

To find organizations that can provide can provide Home Rehabilitation/Repair Service, click here to search our database under the keyword Home Rehabilitation/Repair Service.


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Horseback Riding Therapy (Also known as Hippotherapy) - Programs that provide riding instruction to individuals with disabilities as part of their therapy treatment.

To find organizations that can provide Horseback Riding Therapy, click here to search our database under the keyword Horseback Riding Therapy.


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Housing Information - Programs that assist people to find and select available purchasable or rental housing which meets their individual needs.

To find organizations that can provide information about housing, click here to search our database under the keyword Housing Information.


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