Section 504

SECTION 504

PRESENTATIONS

Practical Ways to Help Your Team Measure Your Child’s Learning During COVID-19 School Closure

Solandy Forte, PhD, LCSW, BCBA-D

VIDEO

Materials:
Distance Learning Tracking Forms:
English version (PDF Format)
versión en español Spanish version
(PDF Format)

Measuring Learning During School Closure (on-line article based on this presentation)

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Transitioning to College:
A Roadmap for Reasonable Accommodations Under Section 504

Robert M. Tudisco, Esq.

VIDEO

Materials: Transition to College (PDF Format)

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Co-sponsored by SoNo Branch Library: SPED MATTERS

Transitioning to College:
Understanding Post-Secondary Challenges and Legal Issues for Students with ADHD and Learning Disabilities

Robert M. Tudisco, Esq.

VIDEO

Materials: Transitioning to College
(PDF Format)

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Co-sponsored by Wilton Library

What Parents Should Know
About School Discipline for
Kids with LD/ADHD/ASD

Robert M. Tudisco, Esq.

VIDEO

Materials: School Discipline (PDF Format)

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Presented by SPED*NET Wilton in partnership with Wilton Public Schools

How to Talk with Your Child’s Team:
Effective Communication During the PPT/504 Process

Todd Kellogg, LMFT, BCBA

VIDEO

Materials: Presentation Content (PDF Format)

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ARTICLES FOR PARENTS

by Eve Kessler, Esq.
for Smart Kids with LD

Section 504 is a federal law that prevents discriminating against those with disabilities. If your child does not qualify for protections under the IDEA, he or she may still be eligible for support and accommodations under Section 504. Eligibility is based on an assessment.

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