School Re-entry Program

Inpatient

When you first arrive at our Inpatient Hosptial, a School Re-entry specialist will meet with you to assess your child’s educational needs. They will then work closely with you, your child’s school and our medical team to coordinate school services throughout admission and following discharge. Our goal is to minimize lost academics and to maximize your child’s successful transition back to school. We believe your child’s successful school re-entry is an integral part of their total rehabilitation.

Services offered by Brooks School Re-entry Program include:

  • Attendance at team conferences and family conferences to ensure needed school-related information is shared. 
  • Coordination of school services while at inpatient and after discharge, including referral for hospital/homebound, ESE services or 504 Plans.
  • Participation in school meetings.
  • Provides verbal and printed information to school personnel to assist with school planning.
  • Provides verbal and printed information to parents on topics related to their child’s educational needs.
  • Meeting with classmates to provide appropriate information to help them best support your child’s transition back to school.  
  • Follow-up and monitoring of school transition.
  • Ongoing access to School Re-entry specialists following discharge. 
  • Referrals to early intervention programs (ages birth – 3-years-old)
  • For college students, information is provided on obtaining needed accommodations.

For additional information, please call 904-345-7218.

Outpatient

Brooks School Re-entry Program is available to assist parents with any issues related to school. School Re-entry specialists will meet with you initially to assess your child’s educational needs. They will then work closely with you, your child’s school and your child’s therapist(s) to address the educational concerns. Brooks School Re-entry program will empower you to seek excellence in educational opportunities for your child.

Services offered by Brooks School Re-entry program may include:    

  • Referrals for ESE, 504 Plans and early intervention
  • Referrals to early intervention programs (ages birth – 3-years-old)
  • Participation in school meetings
  • Providing verbal and printed information to school personnel to assist with school planning
  • Providing verbal and printed information to parents on topics related to their child’s education
  • Follow-up and monitoring of school services and transition
    • Access to School Re-entry specialist at any time during treatment and beyond
  • Assist college students in obtaining needed accommodations

Let us provide you with the tools to help your child achieve school success.

For additional information, please call 904-345-7218.