When and How to Use Individualized Health Plans for Special Needs Students?
Susan I.S. Will, R.N., M.P.H. with Amy Garcia
An Individualized Health Plan is your personal tool to ensure that you deliver the best care to students with special needs. In this segment our guest talks about when and how to make the best use of IHPs and discusses the nuances you need to know.
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May 8, 2009 School Nurses Radio
Susan I.S. Will, R.N., M.P.H., N.C.S.N, F.N.A.S.N, Preceptor for Student NursesUniversity of MN, College of St. Catherine, Metro State University Current speaker for Bureau of Education & Research, providing seminars for school nurses in multiple cities in the U.S. School health services provider for 23 years in inner city high schools with a multicultural population.
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