Because learning should have no limitations
An estimated 4.4 million chronically ill children experience some disruption to school because of their illness. AECMN strives to serve the unique needs of students with health impairments through raising awareness of their educational challenges, collaboration with like minded professionals, and partnering with similar local and national organizations. This non-profit organization supports equal access to educational opportunities for children whose medical condition impacts their learning experience. It is the mission of AECMN to advocate for the delivery of appropriate education for these children and identify best practices of teaching students with medical needs.
University of Cincinnati is offering a series of courses designed to educate, prepare and support professionals working children who have medical needs. courses can be taken as professional development or graduate credit.
Become a Member
Members receive a wide range of resources and benefits that assist in teaching and supporting children with medical needs.
President: Tifanie Rose, MS Ed
Vice President: Justin Gardner
Treasurer: Scott Menner
Recording Secretary: Samantha Prachar
Communications/Media Coordinator: Brandon Sethi