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Guidance for Uncertain Times: What Are My Child’s 504 and IEP Rights for Distance Learning?

…most recent information on IEP (Individual Education Plan) and Section 504 plan regulations Get suggestions on how to advocate for your child with an IEP or a 504 plan Learn…

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Educational Rights

…child is determined to be eligible under Section 504, the school must develop a Section 504 Plan. The plan must include appropriate accommodations, evidence-based interventions, and/or related services that are…

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ADHD News-Caregivers

…additional support in these unsettled times, whether or not there is an IEP or 504 plan in place. If you’re unsure, first differentiate between tutoring and coaching as activities, and

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Key School Issues for Students with ADHD

…in the IEP is not a solution to the plan not working. If both informal efforts and efforts at the IEP or 504 meeting level are unsuccessful, the parents should…

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Special Education and the Pandemic

…distance learning. It is important to note that, despite the new distance learning plans that are developed, the student’s “traditional” IEP still remains in place. Schools are now either sending…

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Podcast: Online Learning for Children with ADHD

…By Margaret Foster, MAEd You may wonder if your child will need additional support in these unsettled times, whether or not there is an IEP or 504 plan in place….

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Writing Effective 504 Plans

…clear that many students with ADHD qualify for school 504 plans. Their plans will only be meaningful if parents and schools collaborate to write plans that are individualized, are communicated…

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ADHD & Stress: Information for Parents

…sleep at the same time nightly and get up at the same time every morning. Exercise. Plan time in your day to exercise. Even a short walk can improve mood…

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Special Education & the Pandemic: Three Things to Know

…learning plans that are developed, the student’s “traditional” IEP still remains in place. Schools are now either sending parents a Distance Learning Plan (DLP) or contacting them to schedule a…

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Special Education & the Pandemic: Three Things to Know

…despite the new distance learning plans that are developed, the student’s “traditional” IEP still remains in place. Schools are now either sending parents a Distance Learning Plan (DLP) or contacting…

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School-Based Services for Children with ADHD

…of services their children were receiving from their schools, such as whether they were on an IEP or 504 plan and whether they were getting extra support for academics or…

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Section 504

504 Provide? If a child is determined to be eligible under Section 504, the school must develop a Section 504 Plan. The plan must include appropriate accommodations, evidence-based interventions, and/or…

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