High Incidence Disabilities

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When it comes to the needs of students with high incidence disabilities and students with low incidence disabilities, there are many similarities, and also many differences. All students, regardless of their disability require diverse educational interventions and teaching strategies that are constructed to meet their individual academic, behavioral, and social needs. Each of these individuals, high and low incidence, are typically included in a general education setting. They both also may need some time with other specialists in, or outside of the classroom. Some other similarities are that they may have certain accommodations such as they are given more time for testing and learning tasks, or their teachers may break their lessons down

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