Educational diagnosis and the placement process, educational options available for different age groups, frequently asked questions, and important information on ASD.
Special education teachers who will be working with children who have ASD must possess basic level general and special education skills and qualifications.
The educational evaluation and diagnosis of a child are determined through various tests and measurement tools appropriate for the individual that are given by Special Education Evaluation Boards established at Counselling and Research Centers.
After the child’s educational diagnosis has been determined, an age-appropriate plan is formulated and thereafter coordinated by the Special Education Evaluation Board under the aegis of the Counselling and Research Center.
After the children are evaluated, they are directed to suitable educational environments such as Integrated Education, Special Education Classrooms, Special Education Application Centers, Special Education Vocational Practice Centers.
Parents can object and challenge diagnoses and placement decisions.
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