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    • CH 10 STUDY GUIDE 1. Study the history and changes in the care of individuals with special needs. 2. What impact did the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Law 94-142 passed in 1975, IDEA-P.L. 101-476, IDEA 97, IDEA 04 and the amendments, P.L. 98-199 and P. L. 99-457 have on education? 3. How has IDEA, IDEA 97 and IDEA 2004 changed the services for infants, preschoolers and school-aged children? 4. List some of the organizations that provide different services for individuals, particularly young children, with special needs. 5. Define the term least restrictive. How does this apply to children in the public schools? 6. What is an I.E.P.? Who participates in the development of the I.E.P.? What kinds of objectives are included in an I.E.P.? Give examples. 7. What is the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP)? Who does it serve? 8. Know the terms related to different disabilities. 9. Describe the special education cycle. 10. What is Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)? How does school policy address ADHD? 11. What stages do parents tend to go through once their children have been diagnosed with a disability? 12. What rights and services are available to parents? 13. What is Head Start’s policy regarding children with special needs? 14. How can teachers create partnerships with families of children with special needs?