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What is a performance disability?

All health problems that may lead to study problems. These may include:
  • AD(H)D
  • Auditory impairment
  • Autism (ASD)
  • Dyslexia or dyscalculia
  • Physical disability (including: chronic illnesses, such as Chrohn's disease, diabetes, asthma and CFS)
  • Psychological disability
  • Visual impairment
Temporary health problems may also lead to a performance disability and thus provide a reason for adaptations to the teaching or additional financial support.

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