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*EDS 746: Diagnostic Study and Habilitation of Infants and Toddlers with Special Needs.
3 hours, field experience, 3 credits. Theoretical bases and techniques underlying diagnostic evaluation of singly- and multiply-impaired infants and of toddlers with multiple impairments from birth to three years of age. Diagnostic- prescriptive psycho-educational principles for fostering positive development. The objective of the course is to enable the student to determine the developmental requirements of infants and toddlers with physical, psychological, neurological, and learning impairments and to discover strategies for the infants' habilitation. PREREQ: EDS 730 and permission of the coordinator.
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