Walk Through the Essentials of 504 Plan Development and Implementation
What constitutes a disability under Section 504? Why is it so important to involve parents in the planning process? When should you reevaluate a student's 504 plan? In this program, our seasoned faculty will help you improve your ability to draft and implement legally compliant 504 plans. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your knowledge - register today!
Discover useful tips for conducting evaluations.
Examine best practices for providing accommodations.
Develop strategies for drafting 504 plans.
What Constitutes a Disability?
Navigating Section 504 Eligibility Requirements
Practical Guidance for Conducting an Evaluation
Providing Accommodations: Ensuring Legal Best Practices
Differentiating IEPs vs. 504 Plans
Developing and Implementing Legally Compliant 504 Plans (With Examples)
Communicating With and Involving Parents: Why It Matters
Timothy E Gilsbach is an attorney with Fox Rothschild LLP, where he practices education and employment law. He has represented school districts, intermediate units, and charter schools for more than a decade in special education matters, from providing guidance to attending IEP meetings to litigating special education matters at administrative due process hearings and appeals through the federal courts. Mr. Gilsbach also advised school entities on a wide area of other student related issues and employment issues. He also advises both public and private employers on issues related to employee use of medical marijuana. He is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of Law and Messiah College.
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