Your child’s IEP or 504 Plan was not designed for distance learning, but as most of the nation’s children are starting the 2020-21 school year learning at home, it now it falls on parents and educators to make new accommodations for students with ADHD and other learning challenges when they’re outside the classroom.
In an interview with ADDitude Magazine, learning expert and advocate Susan Yellin, Esq. answers questions about access to aides, testing, accommodations, behavior assessments and more.
Read the interview on the ADDitude Magazine website. You may also be interested in “The Future of School,”a collection articles about navigating learning under our current, unusual conditions.
Source: ADDitude Magazine | Adjusting Your Child’s IEP or 504 Plan for Distance Learning, https://www.additudemag.com/iep-504-plan-distance-learning | Copyright © 1998 – 2020 New Hope Media LLC