A plan based on optimizing function rather than “specialness” increases the chance of successful accommodation of predictable needs.The National Response Framework (NRF) endorses establishing a flexible framework to address broad and common functional needs (children, older adults, individuals who are transportation disadvantaged, and people with limited or no ability to speak or read English regardless of diagnosis, statuses, or labels.Tap any browser on the left to learn more about them.

The practice of using the term “special needs", and combining diverse groups together did a disservice to individuals representing more than 50% of the nation's population.

It led to vague planning for physical access and effective communication and programmatic (services and accommodations) access. It also disregarded the diverse disability communities’ repeated admonishments that “special needs” is an offensive term.

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It also honors individuals’ rights to self-determination.

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