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(ii) Physical development, including vision and hearing.

(iii) Communication development.

(iv) Social or emotional development.

(v) Adaptive development; or

(2) Has a diagnosed physical or mental condition that--

(i) Has a high probability of resulting in developmental delay; and

(ii) Includes conditions such as chromosomal abnormalities; genetic or congenital disorders; sensory impairments; inborn errors of metabolism; disorders reflecting disturbance of the development of the nervous system; congenital infections; severe attachment disorders; and disorders secondary to exposure to toxic substances, including fetal alcohol syndrome.

(b) Infant or toddler with a disability may include, at a State's discretion, an at-risk infant or toddler (as

defined in §303.5).

(c) Infant or toddler with a disability may include,

at a State’s discretion, a child with a disability who is

eligible for services under section 619 of the Act and who previously received services under this part until the child enters, or is eligible under State law to enter,