Section One: Characteristics and Behaviors
Jason is currently a third grade student at Snyder Elementary. Prior to Jason attending Snyder Elementary, and identified eligible for Special Education Service as a student with Emotional Behavior Disability and diagnosed with ADHD, at age two years and five month he was evaluated and concluded to be developmentally delayed, due to speech and language, aggressive tendencies, possible an alcohol fetal syndrome child and below the fifth percentile in his medical evaluation. Jason has a history of neglect and abuse by his caretakers. Jason has lived a very transient lifestyle with much instability and there has clearly been no positive bond with any adult.
As Jason is currently in the 3rd grade the determination of his eligibility for special education services was made based on, severe speech and language problem, his inability to control his anger, his physical aggression towards peers and adults without any triggers, his academic skills which relate to limited sight words vocabulary and his full sale IQ of 70. The information that was obtained in regards to Jason and his IEP was transferred from another school in October of this school year.
Section Two: Data
The data use and the analysis of the evaluation data was provided from another school Jason attended prior to his enrollment at Snyder Elementary. The following information was obtained from his folder that was transferred: Jason’s academic skills indicate that he has a few sight words in his vocabulary, difficulty decoding words, severe speech problems in the areas of association, antonyms, definitions and synonyms.
Jason’s full scale IQ is 70 as measured on the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children; Verbal Comprehension score was 70, Perceptual Reasoning Index score was 79; Working Memory Index of 71. With the information obtained through assessment and evaluation there was several recommendations made in regards to how service...