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Author Topic: Sample 504 Plan for IBD child  (Read 1505 times)

Description: Perhaps some useful verbiage for LTFA

Offline ajasfolks2

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Sample 504 Plan for IBD child
« on: August 21, 2013, 10:25:04 AM »
Just a plan I found online today as I get back into the swing of things and prepare for multiple 504 meetings in upcoming weeks . . .

http://advocacyforpatients.org/pdf/504_Plan_Final.pdf

Some of the wording and organization may be useful to some here, IMHO.

Although I was not thrilled with the homepage from which this came and the (incorrect) use of "reasonable accommodations"  vs.  504's "necessary and appropriate" benchmark for accommodations in public school setting:

http://advocacyforpatients.org/legal_education.html
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Re: Sample 504 Plan for IBD child
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2013, 10:28:09 AM »
An additional comment as to the IBD student's needs -- note that there is accommodation to carry/eat food at any time (to include classroom) -- remember that the LTFA child's needs would need to be deconflicted with the IBD or diabetic child's (or teacher's) medically necessary accommodations as well.

Just a thought.

Is this where I blame iPhone and cuss like an old fighter pilot's wife?

**(&%@@&%$^%$#^%$#$*&      LOL!!