TITLE 89: SOCIAL SERVICES
CHAPTER IV: DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER g: BUREAU OF DISABILITY DETERMINATION SERVICES
PART 845 SEQUENTIAL EVALUATION PROCESS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF DISABILITY
SECTION 845.10 DEFINITIONS
Section 845.10 Definitions
"Bureau" means the Bureau of Disability Determination Services within the Illinois Department of Rehabilitation Services.
"Duration requirement" means the requirement that a disability has lasted or is expected to last 12 continuous months or can be expected to result in death.
"Functional equivalence" means the decision that an impairment(s) exists which is of comparable severity to an impairment which would disable an adult based on an assessment of a child's functioning.
"Individualized functional assessment" means the evaluation of functional limitations and abilities in a child to determine whether an impairment(s) exists which would disable an adult.
"Residual functional capacity" means the remaining ability to function in a work setting despite the limitations imposed by a physical or mental impairment.
"Vocational considerations" means information about an individual's residual functional capacity, age, education and work experience used when a disability decision based on medical evidence alone cannot be made.
(Source: Amended at 16 Ill. Reg. 2615, effective February 4, 1992)