This unique text provides special educators and others with information, knowledge, and strategies for creating meaningful educational experiences for students with physical, health, or multiple disabilities. Comprehensive in nature, the text describes the educational and psychosocial implications of disability and illustrates how assessment and curriculum accommodations and modifications support students with physical or multiple disabilities reach their highest potential. While it emphasizes access to general education core curriculum, this text also addresses essential skills to facilitate student participation in major life activities at home, in school, and within community environments. Additionally, the text advocates the use and implementation of assistive technology and with an emphasis on appropriate curricular accommodations and modifications. Divided into four parts, this outstanding text offers readers a concise, targeted, yet comprehensive presentation by organizing the information in self-contained units that can be taught in any order, to suit a variety of course goals.