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NIC federal laws

The basics of federal laws with key words for memory joggers

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Voc Rehab Act 1965 paid interpreting
Rehab Act of 1973 defines handicapped and their rights,fully accessible, remove barriers, recipients of fed funds, public sector
Education for all Handicapped Children Act LRE, IEP,FAPE, mainstreaming, no expiration
Court Interpreters Act of 1978 certified terps in fed court
Rehab Ammend. of 1978 personnel trained in clients native lang,12 fed funded terp training centers
ADA Equal Access in private sector
IDEA new name for PL 94-142/ The Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975
IDEA LRE, IEP,FAPE, mainstreaming, no expiration
Vocational Rehab. Act of 1965 for Deaf clients of VR. beginning of paid interpreting
Education of the Handicapped Act Ammendments Law of 1986 0-6yrs, IFSP
Another name for Education of the Handicapped Act Ammendments Law of 1986 PL 99-457, 0-6yrs, IFSP
Another name for Education of the Handicapped Act Ammendments of 1990 PL 101-476, IDEA,"disabled",deaf-blind
RID established where Ball State University
Year RID was established 1964
Certification Test established 1972
Rehab. Act of 1973 was ammended by PL... PL 99-506, PL 100-630, applies to All disabled not just VR clients
Created by: 1381039820
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