The IEP, An Important Part of the Home Care School Experience

Submitted by Rick Hynick, Director, Client and Family Advocacy (GAO)

Now that school is back, many of our pediatric offices  provide service to children in the school setting.  It is important to remember that children with complex medical needs probably have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) with their school.  Parents can work with educators to advocate for their children and to develop a plan to help their child succeed throughout the school year.  BAYADA office staff can talk with our parents about this to provide the highest level of care to our young clients.