Learn more about 504 plans at an upcoming, Parent Advisory Board (PAB)-sponsored talk.

Does your child have a 504 plan?

Has your child moved from an Individual Education Plan (IEP) to a 504 and do you need clarification on what this change means?

Or are you concerned that your child has a learning, behavior, or other health-related condition that is substantially affecting his or her ability to learn? 

If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, you may want to attend an upcoming talk sponsored by the Parent Advisory Board for Special Services & 504 (PAB), entitled, “504 and Your Child.”  The talk, which will be given by Bet Gailor of Connecticut Legal Services, will take place Thursday, March 30 from 10 a.m.-noon at the Wilton Library.

“Children with physical, emotional, behavioral or learning challenges that significantly impact them at school may be eligible for a 504 plan or even an IEP,” explains PAB co-chair Carolina Corrigan. “Our hope is that this talk will clarify what a 504 plan is and does, how a 504 differs from an IEP, and when one or the other might be needed to enable a child to succeed at school.”

If you would like to attend, please RSVP via email.