Addressing Student Health in School

What You Need to Know for Your Child's School Documents

Family S.T.A.R. program offers an online presentation to give you the tools you need!

Children in school systems with healthcare concerns should have additional documents to support their medical needs. An Individualized Education Plan (IEP) should include an Individual Healthcare Plan (IHP) and an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) for their specific needs while in the school environment. This presentation will identify what these documents are, what information should be included in them, and will review sample options.

Monday, Aug. 8th, 7pm

This is an online event.

Registration required. Please click on link to register:

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMocu6trj8vG9XFbhc_wykRTk9HkVEX6Y4j


For more information, contact Cassie Corral, Program Specialist, Epilepsy Services Foundation at cassie.corral@epilepsysf.org

Presenter, Lisa Math B.Sc. CRPS-F

Lisa Math serves as FND's Director of Family S.T.A.R. (Support, Training, Assistance, and Resources) program. She is a parent of a young adult with both medical and mental health challenges, and she uses her lived experience and professional training to support families and professionals across the state.


Family Network on Disabilities has been supporting families and youth (age 26 and younger) with all disabilities since 1985. We provide information, resources, support and trainings to families, caregivers, youth, and providers.