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Does your child qualify for the School Nutrition Program? Unsure?
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Call and request Kit No. 391 - School Nutrition Program Guide
Specially-prepared meals may be available at school for children with Cerebral Palsy who have difficulty swallowing or digesting certain foods. It's one of the guidelines for the school nutrition programs that also offer free and reduced-priced meals to children who qualify.
While not all children with physical disabilities come from families with financial challenges, there are other stipulations in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, or IDEA, that may qualify them for school nutrition services.
The IDEA states that students with specified physical, mental, emotional or sensory impairments that need special education and related services are eligible for school nutrition services, at no cost to parents.
Parents of children with an Individualized Education Plan, or IEP, can ask educators to include the nutrition needs as part of the document. To learn more about this option, order Kit No. 391FP - The School Nutrition Program Guide today.
Kit No. 391 - School Nutrition Program Guide includes:
- Information on School Nutrition Programs
- School Breakfast Program
- National School Lunch Program
- Special Milk Program
- After School Snack
- Summer Food Service Program
- Eligibility Income Guidelines and the Application Process
- Website Links and State Contact Lists
Proper meal planning and feeding practices are important components of caring for your child's well-being and maintaining their quality of life. Learn more today!
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