Preparing for children who are medically fragile in educational programs

Prendergast, Donna E.
January 1995
Teaching Exceptional Children;Winter95, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p37
Academic Journal
Focuses on educational programs for children with special health-management needs. Special intake information as first step; Individualized family service plan or individualized education program IFSP/IEP team consideration of health needs; Health professionals on the IFSP/IEP team; Developing the IFSP/IEP; Health and safety checklist; Emergency protocol; Health-related services.


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