Getting your child set up on a 504 plan can seem like a big struggle. The good news is you don't have to do it on your own. The school is there to help partner with you to accomplish this goal.
This process can be confusing, so we have put together some tips to help make it a bit clearer.
504 vs IEP Plans
- 504 Plan gives your child some extra support and accomodations to help them be successfull in school.
- An Individual Education Plan (IEP) makes changes to the child's curriculum. These are for children who need quite a bit of extra help in the school environment.
504 Plan Qualifications
504 Plans are Flexible and they can change over time. They often change as your child's needs and abilities change throughout their academic career.
Here are some extra resources that can be helpful in preparing your child for these changes.
- 504 Plan Sample Letter
- 504 Fact Sheet
- A Parents Guide to Civil Rights & Education
- A Parents Guide to Special Education
If you feel a 504 plan is the right thing for your family, feel free to reach out to your examiner or click here to Get Started today!