Washington Administrative Code
Title 72 - Blind, Washington State School for the
Chapter 72-171 - Special education programs
72-171-300 - Child find

Universal Citation: WA Admin Code 72-171-300

72-171-300. Child find

The purpose of child find is to locate, evaluate and identify children with suspected disabilities in need of special education services including those who are not currently receiving special education and related services and who may be eligible for those services. In conjunction with child find activities conducted by school districts pursuant to WAC 392-172A-02040 and the reports on blind/visually impaired or deaf-blind children provided by educational service districts pursuant to RCW 72.40.070, WSSB will provide an online survey on a yearly basis to all special education directors to identify children within their districts who are blind/visually impaired or deaf-blind; information to school districts regarding service delivery options in the state for students who are blind/visually impaired or deaf-blind a resource and referral guide listing programs and services available statewide; and a mechanism for school districts to request training and/or consultation support for district personnel.

(Adopted by WSR 16-13-070, Filed 6/13/2016, effective 7/14/2016)
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