Back to School Toolkit
Bleeding Disorder Back to School Guide
While returning back to school may still look different this year due to COVID-19, we are here to help you navigate this process. Below are resources, created specifically for students with bleeding disorder, to help your family return to the classroom.
Worksheets and Informational Documents
- My Bleeding Disorder – Customizable document for teachers and coaches.
- Information for School Personnel – A guide for discussions with school staff about how to best address your child’s needs.
- Starting the Discussion with School Staff – Tips to help start the conversation.
- Hemophilia and the Student – Links to customizable presentations to educate school staff and teachers about your child’s’ bleeding disorder.
- Changing to a New School – Resources to assist you through this transition.
- Been There, Done That – Tips for the college bound from students & moms.
IEP and 504 Resources for Bleeding Disorders
Many students with a bleeding disorder have IEPs and 504 Plans to ensure their educational needs are met. Learn more about both options below.
- A 504 or IEP? – A flowchart to help you decide what your child needs.
- Planning an IEP or 504 – This document includes a list of reasonable accommodations that parents, or guardians can consider asking for.
- Ask The Experts: IEP & 504 Discussion – An overview to help parents prepare for conversations with their teachers, guidance counselors, and school nurses about their child’s chronic condition(s).