In the Second Edition, an experienced attorney explores the broad range of issues relating to homebound instruction under the IDEA and Section 504, using recent decisions to examine districts' legal obligations.
Two chapters address homebound services for students with autism and students in charter schools. Plus, you get first-time coverage of parental consent and cooperation issues, qualifications of personnel providing services, participation in extracurricular activities, and more of today’s concerns.
An up-to-date overview of all the legal issues involved – plus lessons learned from more than 130 case rulings – guide you in:
- Determining a student's need for homebound services
- Ensuring that the homebound placement is not overly restrictive
- Assessing a student’s need for related services and assistive technology
- Providing homebound services for disciplinary reasons
- Serving students with communicable diseases
Includes a quick-reference chart reviewing the current laws and regulations governing homebound services in all 50 states and the District of Columbia – so you know how the law has been interpreted in your state.