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What is the Hospital/Homebound Program?​

Hospital/Homebound is a physician-referred program of participation for critically ill students who are unable to attend school in the traditional fashion. The documented medical condition(s) must be acute or catastrophic in nature; a chronic illness; or a repeated intermittent illness due to a persisting medical condition. Final determination for Hospital/Homebound eligibility is made by Volusia County Schools staff at a Individual Education Plan (IEP) eligibility staffing.

Please Note: Hospital/Homebound is not a program of choice for parents. It is only considered with a completed Physician's referral for services.

For additional information about Hospital/Homebound services​, please review Eligibility Information and Referral Process.

Parent Info

​​​​Parents, your input is important to us!  Please use the included Parent Input Form.pdf​ to share your feedback about the Hospital/Homebound instructor(s) to the administrator of the Hospital/Homebound Program. Any concerns, questions or positive feedback regarding your child's teachers will be reviewed by the administrative staff. For your convenience, you can email the completed form to or to Cassie Chandler, Hospital/Homebound at Atlantic High School.​​​


Hospital/Homebound Staff

Hospital Homebound Staff Photo

(Front to Back)
Cassie Chandler (504 Plan Contact), Tina Sutton, Brenda Hileman
Barbara Williams, Kim Brislenn, Vicki Hamlin, Rachael McQueen
Kathleen Collings, Karen Berg, Marsha Weyler

Cassie Chandler
Program Specialist

Email: Home Education-Hospital Homebound
Phone: (386) 255-6475 ext. 38395
Fax: 386-943-3413