Overview of Instruction in the Home and Homebound
Instruction in the Home is included in the definition of special education located in the federal regulations (34 CFR §300.39(a)(i)), and is recognized as a placement option on the continuum of alternative placements for students with disabilities (34 CFR §300.115). The use of Instruction Conducted in the Home is restricted to students whose needs require full-time special education services and programs outside of the school setting for the entire day. Ordinarily, these are students who, because of a severe medical condition or mobility impairment, are unable to leave home to attend school. Instruction Conducted in the Home is a placement determined only by the decision of an individualized education program (IEP).
MIU IV can provide Instruction in the Home for students with disabilities. If interested please feel free to contact us and complete the Student Referral Form to your left.