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Medical Homebound Instruction – South Carolina Department of …

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Medical Homebound Instruction. A Guide for. Parents and School Districts. Office
of Exceptional Children. South Carolina Department of Education. 2013. Mick
Zais. State Superintendent of Education. The South Carolina Department of
Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national
origin, age …

hOMEBOUND iNSTRUCTION Medical Certification of Need

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Medical Certification of Need. Homebound instruction shall be made available to
students who are confined at home or in a health care facility for periods that
would prevent normal school attendance (8VAC20-131-180). The term “confined
at home or in a health care facility” means the student is unable to participate in
the …

Homebound Instructional Services – Virginia Department of Education

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Jan 24, 2010 Required documentation (i.e., certification of medical need for homebound
instruction). The process for extending services beyond the original requested
time frame. Timelines. Hours of instruction. Methods for resolving disputes
regarding homebound instructional services. The use of online methods of …

Homebound Instruction – Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

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homebound instruction. This document does not address these standards but
does provide sources for additional information. See Question #3 for more
information. 2. If my child's physician writes a prescription for homebound
instruction, isn't the school required to provide it? No. The school board is
required to consider …

Homebound Instruction – Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

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protections in these laws whenever reviewing a request for homebound
instruction for a student who is (or may be) considered disabled under any of
these federal laws. 2. What if the parent presents a prescription from a physician
or other provider for homebound instruction? Doesn't this mean the district must
provide it?

Certifying Patients for the Medicare Home Health Benefit – CMS.gov

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Dec 16, 2014 The patient may be considered homebound. (that is, confined to the home) if
absences from the home are: ‒infrequent;. ‒for periods of relatively short
duration;. ‒for the need to receive health care treatment;. ‒for religious services;.
‒to attend adult daycare programs; or. ‒for other unique or infrequent …

CMS Manual System – CMS.gov

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Aug 1, 2014 SUBJECT: Clarification of the Confined to the Home Definition in Chapter 15,
Covered Medical and. Other Health Services, of the Medicare Benefit Policy
Manual … CHAPTER / SECTION / SUBSECTION / TITLE. R. 15/60.4.1/Definition
of Homebound Patient Under the Medicare Home Health (HH). Benefit.

Instruction Conducted – Pennsylvania Department of Education

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Sep 1, 1997 to instruction conducted in the home or assigned to homebound instruction to
PDE . This BEC will address only the reporting requirements of children placed
by … Ordinarily, these will be students who, because of a severe medical
condition or mobility impairment, are unable to leave home to attend school.

Know Your Rights (PDF) – U.S. Department of Education

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o Provide pregnant students with the same special services it provides to
students with temporary medical conditions. This includes homebound instruction
/at-home tutoring/independent study. * A school that is controlled by a religious
organization is exempt from Title IX when the law's requirements would conflict
with the …

Policy Alert – USCIS

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Jul 26, 2017 of age, unless the applicant qualifies for a fingerprint waiver due to certain
medical conditions. Background. Since March 1998, USCIS has waived the …
USCIS will continue to make special arrangements to accommodate the needs of
applicants with disabilities and homebound or hospitalized applicants. 2.

examination for housebound status or permanent need for regular

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NAME AND ADDRESS OF MEDICAL FACILITY. 36B. TELEPHONE NUMBER OF
MEDICAL FACILITY. (Include Area Code). VA FORM 21-2680, MAY 2015.
PRIVACY ACT NOTICE: The VA will not disclose information collected on this
form to any source other than what has been authorized under the Privacy Act of.
1974 or …

Justification for Placement

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Aug 1, 2013 instruction time did not produce desired educational gains. Reject. Self-
Contained. Classroom 0%-39%. Accept This setting was providing the
educational supports and instruction needed by (student) until the accident
occurred. Due to the current medical needs, this placement is no longer
appropriate.

Federal Guidelines for Opioid Treatment Programs – SAMHSA Store

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They are not intended to take the place the professional judgment of healthcare
providers and are not professional standards of care. SAMHSA- approved best
practices for methadone can be found in the Treatment Improvement. Protocol 43
(TIP 43): Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Addiction in Opioid Treatment.

Emergency Evacuation for People with Medical Needs

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Evacuation Strategy: Homebound Evacuation Operation (HEO). New York City
Office of Emergency Management (NYCOEM). • The HEO coordinates
evacuation assistance for homebound individuals with disabilities with no other
options for evacuation.

Mental Health Home Health Services – Adult – Nebraska Department …

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(“Homebound” is defined as an individual whose medical or psychiatric condition
restricts their ability to leave home safely without the assistance or supervision of
another individual or without the assistance of a supportive device and the
patient leaves home only to receive medical/psychiatric treatment or leaves home
 …

2018 STAAR Alternate 2 Educator Guide – Texas Education Agency

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The student is unable to receive sufficient or consistent homebound services due
to medical issues. Students who are not able to respond authentically to any
verbal, visual, or tactile stimuli during academic instruction due to level of
cognition rather than a medical condition can qualify for a NAAR exception for the
following …

Homebound Assessment Form – Mass.gov

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provided below, or state the reason that the patient is not homebound under “
Other.” Physician did not certify the patient is confined to his or her home. Patient
is able to leave home without a considerable and taxing effort. Patient leaves the
home for long periods, other than for medical treatment, religious services, or the
trip …

New York State's for older New Yorkers – New York State Office for …

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Your Local Office for the Aging…2. Health Care…3. Consumer Information &
license verification service. Disease prevention & health protection services.
Health care proxy. Hospital patients' ….. Home-delivered meals are available to
eligible homebound older persons age 60 or older. (spouses and disabled
dependents of …