How to get a 504 Plan
Learn how to get a 504 Accommodation Plan for your child in 5 manageable steps
The 5 easy-to-follow steps you can take to get a Section 504 plan
Section 504 plan accommodations for ADHD, autism, anxiety, and more
The knowledge you need to request a 504 plan for your child today
A Section 504 Accommodation Plan is a legal document that provides your child support in the regular education classroom for any medical diagnosis that may include ADHD, autism, diabetes, OCD, anxiety, depression, dyslexia, and more. Supports like extra breaks, special seating, and homework modifications can be on a 504 Plan if they help your child succeed in school.
Creating a 504 Plan can seem daunting and overwhelming. We will show you how to get there. Starting with 504 Plan Eligibility to 504 Plan Accommodations, we give you tips on how to best plan, manage, and re-evaluate your child’s supports over time. We will even provide a sample 504 plan for ADHD at the conclusion of this class. With years of experience working in and collaborating with schools, Dr. Willard and Dr. Kroncke are experts in school psychology. We are excited to share these tips with you so that you can be the best advocate for your child.
Step #1: DiagnosisFREE PREVIEW
Step #2: Request 504 Plan
Step #3: 504 Plan eligibility meeting
Step #4: 504 Plan accommodations
Step #4.1 504 accommodations for ADHD
Step #4.2 504 accommodations for anxiety
Step #4.3 504 accommodations for autism
Step #4.4 504 accommodations for depression
Step #4.5 504 accommodations for dyslexia
Step #4.6 504 accommodations for OCD
Step #5: Communicate with teachers
Difference between 504 accommodation plan and IEP
Final thoughts on 504 plans
504 Plans Summary
Sample 504 Plan for ADHD
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