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Verification

Verification is the process of confirming that a student's identified impairment and the associated activity limitations and participation restrictions requiring significant education adjustments meet criteria for one or more of the six EAP categories.

Verification can proceed for students from Prep to Year 12 enrolled in state schools. In the EAP categories of hearing impairment, physical impairment and vision impairment, verification can occur for students attending non-state schools.

A completed verification request is submitted to the EAP team by the principal and assigned to a statewide verifier with experience and relevant qualifications in the EAP category. The statewide verifier considers the information and records a decision on AIMS in OneSchool according to the departmental criteria.

Forms related to the verification process are located on the EAP Verification Forms page, as well as prompts for completing Criterion 2 for all EAP categories.

Verification - State Schools

All verification requests are submitted through AIMS in OneSchool.

A student who has a disability verified through the EAP is eligible for an EAP Profile on AIMS in OneSchool. The EAP Profile records the range and frequency of a sample of education adjustments made for the student.

Verification - Non-State Schools

Verification requests in the EAP categories of hearing impairment, physical impairment and vision impairment are submitted via email to the category-specific inbox. More information is available on the EAP Verification Forms page.

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