Christy: My son who is currently Homeschooled due to the school sticking him in a restrictive in-school detention room for two weeks without informing me, offered Occupational Therapy last year as a homeschooled child under a Service Plan in his IEP. This year they are refusing services to all homeschooled children in the district. By law they are required to offer services if money is available am I correct? Has that law changes? I was informed by the school that they no longer have to provide any services to honeschooled children. Is this true or are they giving me the run around because they don’t want to pay for an independent OT? We live in Texas.