Homebound

Homebound instruction shall be made available to students who are confined at home or in a health care facility for periods that would prevent normal school attendance (8VAC20-131-180).  The term “confined at home or in a health care facility” means the student is unable to participate in the normal day-to-day activities typically expected during school attendance;  and, absences from home are infrequent, for periods of relatively short duration, or to receive health care treatment. Students receiving homebound instruction may not work or participate in extra-curricular activities, non-academic activities (such as field trips), or community activities unless these activities are specifically outlined in the students medical plan of care or the Individualized Education Program (if applicable).

Students may receive instruction in the home, a health care facility, or any other approved facility as agreed upon by the school division and parent or student who has reached the age of majority (eligible student).  If it is necessary for homebound instruction to continue beyond nine weeks, an extension or re-authorization form, including treatment plan, progress towards treatment goals, and specific plans to transition the student back to the school setting, will be required.

If questions, please contact the special education department at (804) 469-4389.

Homebound Treatment Plan Referral Letter (updated Dec. 2017)

Homebound 1A Treatment Plan (updated Dec. 2017)

Homebound Medical Referral Form (updated Dec. 2017)

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