(2020) | Useful to Parent Centers for sharing with families and schools
Also available in Spanish.

As the year begins with distance or hybrid learning at most schools, many parents are worried that pre-pandemic IEP plans may leave students with disabilities without vital services.

Luckily, IEP or 504 plans aren’t set in stone. If a parent is concerned that their child is struggling (or that they will be once class gets underway), it might be time to make some additions to the child’s plan to incorporate remote learning accommodations.

This article from the Child Mind Institute describes how parents can help their child get the support they need, whatever this school year brings. Access the article at: