Section 504 and Your Student

The Section 504 Plan School can be a stressful environment for your child and can also be a time of vulnerability. Appropriate accommodations and modifications can reduce stress and assist in achieving and maintaining educational success. As a parent, you are your child’s greatest advocate, supporter, and cheerleader.  Become knowledgeable regarding educational laws, services, and…

Section 504: What Parents Need to Know -Online

Section 504 provides equal access and opportunities to individuals with disabilities. This may include equal access to education, academic services, and nonacademic settings such as extracurricular activities, meals, recess, and physical education through accommodations and supports.   Accommodations include tools and procedures that provide access to general education instruction such as extended time on tests, adjusting…

Section 504: What Parents Need to Know – Salt Lake

Rescheduled to be held remotely on April 24, 2020! See that date to register for the workshop. Section 504 provides equal access and opportunities to individuals with disabilities. This may include equal access to education, academic services, and nonacademic settings such as extracurricular activities, meals, recess, and physical education through accommodations and supports.   Accommodations include…

Section 504: Help for Parents

Eleven Tips for Parents: Making Section 504 Work For Your Child  Section 504 in Action at School: Some Examples  Sample 504 Meeting: What to Expect at the Team Meeting  Using Section 504 Accommodations to Succeed in College

ADA Q&A: Section 504 and Post Secondary Education

ADA Q&A: SECTION 504 AND POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION Printer-Friendly Version Many parents of students with disabilities have learned the basics of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). However, as students and their families prepare for the transition from secondary school to postsecondary options they often find they are less familiar with the protections provided by…

Section 504 Videos

Section 504:  Services for Students in Public Schools ENGLISH 1. What is Section 504? 2. Who is eligible for Section 504? 3. How does Section 504 work? 4. What services are available? 5. Problem solving Stories from parents (1) Stories from parents (2) Stories from parents (3) SPANISH 1. ¿Que Ee La Sección 504? 2.…

Section 504

Section 504 and special education (IDEA) are two service options for children with disabilities. All school districts should have a Section 504 Coordinator to answer your questions regarding specific Section 504 services. How does Section 504 define “Appropriate Education”? A free appropriate public education is one provided by the elementary or secondary school that includes…

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act

An Antidiscrimination Law With the passage of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Congress required that federal fund recipients make their programs and activities accessible to all individuals with disabilities. The law state that, ‘No qualified individual with disabilities, shall, solely by reason of her or his disability be excluded from the participation in, be denied…

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act

Printer-Friendly Version An Antidiscrimination Law With the passage of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Congress required that federal fund recipients make their programs and activities accessible to all individuals with disabilities.  The law states that, ‘No qualified individual with disabilities, shall, solely by reason of her or his disability be excluded from the participation in,…

Back-to-School Essentials – IEPs and 504s

It’s time for the Back-to-School Essentials – IEP and 504 Plans Whether it’s your first IEP meeting or your tenth, or you are requesting that your child be evaluated for an IEP, the experience can be stressful. Parents are important members of the IEP team. This workshop will help parents understand their role, rights and…