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DI 25225.006 Title XVI: Determining Childhood Disability Under the Functional Equivalence Rule — The "Whole Child" Approach (SSR 09-1p )

Introduction

I. General

II. Determining Which Domains Are Involved in Doing Activities

A. General

B. Examples of Activities That Typically Require Two or More Abilities

C. Example of a Child With a Single Impairment That is Rated in More Than One Domain

D. Example of a Child With a Combination of Impairments That Is Rated in Only One Domain

III. Rating Severity

A. General

B. Rating the Severity of Limitations in the Domains

IV. Examples of a Functional Equivalence Analysis

V. Responsibility for Determining Functional Equivalence

   


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DI 25225.006 - Title XVI: Determining Childhood Disability Under the Functional Equivalence Rule -- The "Whole Child" Approach (SSR 09-1p ) - 03/18/2009
Batch run: 03/18/2009
Rev:03/18/2009