Making Education Accessible for
Children With Disabilities
504 Plans enable schools to provide the necessary accommodations to boost student success outcomes for children with disabilities.
As an extension of civil rights legislation, 504 plans cover a broader variety of disabilities than IEPs. They focus on in-classroom accommodations rather than individualized instruction.
Common 504 plan accommodations include amended test timing, preferential seating, class schedule adjustments, and assistive technologies like screen readers.
Schedule a consultation for a review of your child’s 504 plan and to discuss concerns about your child’s access to equitable education.