Describe the components of the evaluation report.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com March 21, 2019, 1:27 pm ad1c9bdddf
The purpose of an evaluation is to determine if a child has a disability and if the child is eligible for special services. The evaluation is the basis for the development of the child's an IEP. In order to determine the child's individual needs, the evaluation should include individual assessments and behavioral observations to provide information about the child's cognitive, social/emotional, motor development, language and communication, adaptive/functional behavior. In addition, the strengths of the child and the characteristics relating to the suspected disability should also be included. Parent interviews provide critical information about the specific needs and interests of the child. The components of the evaluation include:
1. Social history - information relating to the child's family and environmental factors that might impact the child in the classroom. The ...
The expert describes the components of the evaluation reports.