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Special Education and School Nurses : From Assessments to Ieps
by Frances Belmonte-Mann Ma and Jessica H. Gerdes




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A veteran school nurse and former school nurse consultant bring their wealth of knowledge to the forefront in this indispensable guide for school nurses who care about keeping children healthy so they can learn. Frances Belmonte-Mann and Jessica H. Gerdes pay particular attention to the increase in students with special needs and chronic conditions that affect education. They go beyond the common health history to help readers evaluate the health of students as it relates to academic achievement. The authors focus on: - turning over every stone in a search for unknown health conditions or unrecognized effects of known health conditions; - understanding the role school nurses play in the special education process and writing individualized education program goals for health issues that affect learning; and - applying instructional techniques and nursing interventions to improve student outcomes in a meaningful way. While written for nurses, the guide serves as an important resource for other school staff members, including principals, assistant principals, deans, department chairs, team leaders, special education coordinators, district administrators, classroom teachers, and others with questions about the role nurses play in special education.

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Overview

A veteran school nurse and former school nurse consultant bring their wealth of knowledge to the forefront in this indispensable guide for school nurses who care about keeping children healthy so they can learn. Frances Belmonte-Mann and Jessica H. Gerdes pay particular attention to the increase in students with special needs and chronic conditions that affect education. They go beyond the common health history to help readers evaluate the health of students as it relates to academic achievement. The authors focus on: - turning over every stone in a search for unknown health conditions or unrecognized effects of known health conditions; - understanding the role school nurses play in the special education process and writing individualized education program goals for health issues that affect learning; and - applying instructional techniques and nursing interventions to improve student outcomes in a meaningful way. While written for nurses, the guide serves as an important resource for other school staff members, including principals, assistant principals, deans, department chairs, team leaders, special education coordinators, district administrators, classroom teachers, and others with questions about the role nurses play in special education.

 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781532077432
  • ISBN-10: 1532077432
  • Publisher: iUniverse
  • Publish Date: July 2019
  • Page Count: 150
  • Dimensions: 9.25 x 7.5 x 0.32 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.59 pounds


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