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The 504 Plan: Essential Considerations for Claims Involving Educational Accommodations and Accessibility - On-Demand
Webinar now available On-Demand. NOTE: On-Demand webinars are not eligible for CLE credit.
WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn the elements of a 504 Plan and how to implement, review and handle changes for the Plan.
IEPs and 504 plans are essential tools to ensure positive learning outcomes for many students, ensuring that children with disabilities have equal access to an education, and possibly accommodations and modifications. 504 plans also have the potential to cause legal issues for schools if they are improperly planned and carried out.
For lawyers who represent the families of parents of children who have not received proper access to appropriate educational programs and services, this webinar will answer the essential questions like: what’s the difference between a 504 Plan and an IEP? Do you know what to do if the plan changes? Are you confident in what a formal plan should look like?
Use this on-demand webinar, when Deborah A. Mattison will cover:
- What a formal 504 plan looks like and includes
- Implementing and review of the plan
- How to strategically make plan changes
- 504 accommodations vs. specially designed instruction (and why it matters)
- Avoiding modifications
- Reviews and re-evaluations
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About Your Presenter:
Deborah A. Mattison is a member of the Birmingham law firm of Wiggins Childs Pantazis Fisher & Goldfarb LLC. Since 1980. Ms. Mattison has practiced in the areas of children’s rights, special education, disabled rights, handicapped rights, civil rights, employment litigation, and governmental liability. She lectures frequently at conferences regarding the legal rights of students with disabilities, both within and outside the state of Alabama. Ms. Mattison also provides legal training in the area of employment discrimination, with a special emphasis on the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act. She earned her B.S. degree at Western Michigan University and her J.D. degree at Antioch School of Law in Washington, D.C.