Navigating the Section 504 Plan
When Cady was finally diagnosed as having dyslexia earlier this year, I breathed a huge sigh of relief, and I thought, “Thank God it’s over.” Little did I know the work was just starting. It wasn’t long before I was hearing all kinds of new jargon like Section 504 Plan, IEP, ADA, IDEA, etc. All I could think was W-T-F?
I knew that if I wanted to be a fierce advocate for Cady that I needed to learn as much as I could as fast as possible. Now, I’m going to share what I know with you in case your child is diagnosed with a learning disability in the future.
ABOUT JENNIFER: Jennifer is a wife and working mom of two. She spends her days working as an auditor, and her nights writing about life and parenting on her eponymous blog, Jennifer P. Williams. The two favorite compliments she has received about her writing is that it is honest and real, but she delivers it all with a sass and grace indicative of her down-home Texas style.
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