Your child has the right to an education regardless of their school attendance problems. Getting your individual state’s guide to parental rights is the first step to understanding how your school can help your child.
Many schools don’t understand school avoidance, so parents must take on the role of advocate and educator. You may feel judged at times and resentful if you are not getting the help you need. Introducing, the Ultimate Guide to Working with Your School. Parents get easily overwhelmed when they start hearing about IEPs and 504s […]
For all you parents reading about 504 Plans, FAPE, IEPs, IDEA and ADA, laws, take a minute to laugh and get inspired.
The Americans with Disability Act (ADA), Amendments Act of 2008 Expanded Section 504’s Reach. Clarifying How School Avoidant Kids Can Qualify for 504 Plans