Distance Learning with 504 and IEP Plans

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Photo of a mother and son using a laptop at their home. Photo credit: Healthier.stanfordchildrens.org

Consistent, predictable schedules are important to help students stay on-track. Photo credit: Healthier.stanfordchildrens.org.








IEP and 504 plans provide modifications to curriculum and provide accommodations to assist students to receive instruction in a way that works best for them.  For most students, distance learning can be difficult.  Common routines such as interactions with peers and teachers are not the same.  Distance learning with an IEP or 504 plan can present it’s own barriers.  There are a lot of questions when it comes to implementing an IEP or 504 plan for distance learning.  ADDitudemag.com recently answered some of those questions in a story we will share with you here.  If you have questions or concerns regarding your child’s IEP or 504 plan please call Freedom Resource Center at 1-800-450-0459.

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