Iowa Programs Providing and Financing Children's Care and Services, 1994

(1994) Iowa Programs Providing and Financing Children's Care and Services, 1994. Education, Department of


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Parents of special needs children often have difficulty locating financial resources and services for their children. Even when resources are located, uncertainty often remains regarding program eligibility requirements and/or availability. The purpose of this guide is to provide assistance in finding appropriate financial resources and services for young children with special needs. The guide is designed for use by parents and professionals alike as they work to access and coordinate services for children with special needs. The early childhood special education programs provide comprehensive, individualized instructional and support services for children with disabilities from birth through five years of age. Families must be an integral part of the child's special education program in order to achieve the maximum gains. Services for the child and family may be provided in either the home or in a center on which the education and family team mutually agree.

Item Type: Departmental Report
Keywords: Contributor(s): House-Deere, Deb; Iowa. Department of Education; Chronically ill children - Medical care -Iowa -- Finance;Chronically ill children - Home care - Iowa - Finance | Children with disabilities -- Services for -- Iowa | Children with disabilities - Education - Iowa; Children with disabilities - Home care - Iowa
Subjects: Health and medicine
Health and medicine > Health insurance and health care coverage
Social issues and programs > Children and youth
Social issues and programs > Disabilities
Social issues and programs > Welfare > Medicaid
ID Code: 45671
Deposited By: Pamela Rees
Deposited On: 29 Aug 2023 21:26
Last Modified: 29 Aug 2023 21:26