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Re: Re: [IPp] school



Michael,
Anything else they're required to do?  We've been having trouble too.  My
son is 13 and they think he should be able to take can of this without a
whole lot of help, but he's ADHD and has a non-verbal learning disorder
which means I do alot of management at home.
Carol
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Wednesday, May 08, 2002 10:16 AM
Subject: Re: Re: [IPp] school


> >  My daughter is in 6th grade and her school is terrible about her
> >  care while she is there,how can I get them to listen to me and do
> >  what is neccessary for Alyshas care?The principal also told me she
> >  did not need a 504 plan?I think they are just not getting it,I even
> >  called the superintendants office only to be callled by my
> >  daughters schools nurse...........HELP!!!!!!!!
>
> The principal (public schools) has no say in whether or not you have
> a 504. Submit your request in writing to have a 504 meeting. They are
> required by law to schedule the meeting within 30 days (as I recall).
> The school MUST agree to any reasonable accomodations, which include
> trained personal to assist your daughter with bg tests, glucogon
> injections, testing in the classroom, providing carb counts for
> school meals, extra time for assignments and test to manage
> low blood sugars, etc...
>
> See the links on all this and more on the KIDS page of the web site.
> Michael
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