Low Incidence

  • Low Incidence programs, within the context of special education, refer to specialized educational services and support systems designed to meet the unique needs of students with disabilities who have low-incidence or rare disabilities. These programs cater to a relatively small percentage of students with disabilities, as these conditions are less common compared to more prevalent disabilities, such as learning disabilities or speech and language disorders. At SSD, Low Incidence serves students with the educational disabilities of Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Blindness/Visually Impaired, and Orthopedic Impairments. 

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