These are the special factors the IEP teams must consider when developing a child's IEP:
The team must consider a child's (1) behavior problems when developing the IEP.
If a child has (2) limited English proficiency, the team must consider the child's language needs and provide services to meet these needs.
If a child is (3) blind or visually impaired, the team must decide about teaching the child to use Braille.
If a child is (4) deaf or hearing impaired or has communication problems, the IEP team must meet the child's communication and language needs.
The school is responsible for considering whether a child's needs (5) assistive technology devices and services.