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 Disabilities Served by NAPSEC Members (Abbreviations)

ang – Angleman's Syndrome

anx – anxiety disorder
ax – apraxia

add – attention deficit disorder

adhd – attention deficit hyperactive disorder

anx – anxiety disorders

ap – auditory processing ld

as – Asperger’s Syndrome
asd – autism spectrum disorder
aut – autism

bl – blind

bd – behavior disorder

bh -brain injury/head injury

birth – birth defects

bi-polar

ca – congenital deformities

cd – communication delays

cog – cognitive delays

cond – conduct disorder

cp – cerebral palsy

ctd – connective tissue disorder

deaf – deafness

devdis – developmental disabilities

dp – depression

dg – dysgraphia

ds – down syndrome

dua – dual diagnosis

dx – dyslexia

dy - dysautonomia

eat – eating disorder

ec – educational disabilities

ed – emotional disorder

ep – epilepsy

emr – educatable mental retardation

fa – Fetal Alcohol syndrome

fmod – Fine Motor syndrome

fs – fire setting tendencies

fx – fragile x syndrome

gift – gifted with learning disabilities

hi – hearing impairments

ied – intermittent explosive disorder
jo – juvenile offender

kl – Klein-Levin Syndrome

ks – Klinefelter Syndrome

lang – language disorder

ld – learning disabilities

md – muscular dystrophy

me – microencephaly

mf – medically fragile

mh – mental handicaps

mi – mental illness

mm – Moya Moya disease

mr – mental retardation

mul – multiple disabilities

mdssi – multiple disability severe sensory impairment
ni – neurological impairments

ns – Noonan's Syndrome

non – nontraditional learning

nv – nonverbal

nvld - nonverbal learning disabilities

ocd – obsessive compulsive disorder
odd – oppositional defiant disorder

oi – orthopedic impairments

os – osteogenesis imperfecta

ohi – other health impairments
ob – phobias

pc – psychotic conditions

pdd – pervasive developmental disorder

pdd-nos – pervasive developmental disorder-not otherwise specified

pea – physically/emotionally abused

ph – physically handicapped

pi – psychiatric illness

psd – preschool disabilities

pt – Post Traumatic Stress syndrome

ps – progressive spinocerebellar degeneration

pws – Prader Willi syndrome

rs – Rett syndrome

sa – substance abuse

sb – spina bifida

sch – schizophrenia/schizotypical

sez – seizures

si – speech impairments

sm – social maladjustments

so -sex offenders

sp – spraxia

su -suicidal tendencies

sxa – sexually abused

tbi – traumatic brain injury
tmc – teen mother with child

ts – Tourette’s syndrome

vi – visual impairments

vp - visual processing ld

wl - Williams syndrome

Types of Programs

D= Day

R= Residential

S= Summer

 

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