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Your Changing Section 504 Obligations ADHD Guidance and New ADA Regulations
Your Changing Section 504 Obligations ADHD Guidance and New ADA Regulations
 
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Presented by Julie J. Weatherly, Esq.

Two big events in 2016 affect the decisions you make regarding Section 504 eligibility and services for your students: OCR's Dear Colleague Letter from July concerning ADHD, and new ADA Title II regulations that took effect in October.

Get all the details on these must-know developments from noted school attorney Julie Weatherly. With straightforward explanations, she’ll clarify your new and revised obligations to students with disabilities as well as the impact on your day-to-day policies and practices. Plus, she’ll provide her experienced guidance essential for anyone who is responsible for ensuring 504 compliance:

  • The broadened perspective on what constitutes a disability under the ADA and, by extension, Section 504
  • How the terms "major life activity" and "substantially limits" should be interpreted
  • Responding to requests made under Section 504 on behalf of students diagnosed with ADHD
  • Whether RTI interventions are considered "mitigating measures"
  • If a student performing well academically may still be protected under Section 504
  • And more!

(2016. CD. 90 min. Product Code: 3801.121316. S/H: $5.50)

(Printed materials included. CDs must be prepaid. No returns on CDs.)

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