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Home-Based Programming for Students With Disabilities: How to Develop and Implement Compliant Programs
Home-Based Programming for Students With Disabilities: How to Develop and Implement Compliant Programs
 
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By Amy E. Slater, Esq.

Whether parents are requesting a permanent home placement or temporary services due to a short-term illness or injury, here's your guide through all the tricky issues. After a review of the differences between home instruction and homebound services -- and how knowing those differences could help prevent litigation -- you get practical guidance in four key areas:

  • Responding to requests -- covering placement procedures, medical documentation, program duration and more
  • Developing and implementing a home-based program -- detailing how to determine services, schedule instruction, find qualified personnel and more
  • Using assistive technology -- walking you through online instruction, virtual participation, privacy concerns and more
  • Including students in school activities -- offering strategies on participation in class parties, school dances, yearbook photos and graduations

Each chapter ends with "Best Practices for Districts" plus "Discussion Questions" to help you identify potential trouble spots in your practices. And, you get 11 model forms and tools!


(2018. Pamphlet. 66 pp. Product Code: 300694. S/H: $5.50)


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