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    • Voice Disorder Eligibility
    Voice Disorder – Significant and persistent atypical voice characteristics.

    A student in prekindergarten through grade twelve meets the eligibility criteria as a student with a voice disorder in need of ESE if all of the following criteria are met:

    • Significant and persistent atypical production of quality, pitch, loudness, resonance, or duration of phonation
    • Voice disorder that is not a direct result or symptom of a medical condition, unless the voice disorder has an adverse impact 
      on the student’s ability to perform and/or function in his or her typical learning environment and is amenable to improvement 
      with therapeutic intervention
    • Voice disorder must have an adverse impact on the student’s ability to perform and/or function in his or her typical learning 
      environment
    • Atypical voice characteristics are not primarily the result of factors related to chronological age, gender, culture, ethnicity, or 
      limited English proficiency
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