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Established Condition

Established conditions that have a high probability of developmental delay include, but are not limited to:

(1) Chromosomal abnormalities;

(2) Genetic or congenital disorders;

(3) Disorders reflecting disturbance of the development of the nervous system, such as autism spectrum disorders, seizure disorders, and children born addicted to narcotics, alcohol or an illegal substance;

(4) Congenital Infections, such as congenital cytomegalovirus, congenital toxoplasmosis and congenital rubella;

(5) Metabolic disorders;

(6) Hydrocephalus;

(7) Neural tube defects (e.g., spinal bifida);

(8) Intraventricular hemorrhage, Grade III or IV;

(9) Periventricular leukomalacia;

(10) Cerebral Palsy;

(11) Significant auditory impairment;

(12) Significant visual impairment;

(13) Failure to thrive/pediatric undernutrition;

(14) Severe attachment disorders; and

(15)Disorders secondary to exposure to toxic substances, including fetal

alcohol syndrome.

See also AzEIP Eligibility

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