504 Plan Templates and Suggested Accommodations

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Wondering what a 504 Plan should look like? These templates and accommodation lists put on the Web by school districts and disability organizations can give you an idea of what to look at and look for when working with the school to put together a plan for your child.

504 Plan Forms and Information

Check these indexes of downloadable forms and handouts to find out how other school districts handle 504 planning.

All include blank 504 templates, plus information for parents and staff.

504 Plans for Diabetes

The needs of students with diabetes are often outlined in a 504 plan. These two organizations offer examples of what one might look like.

504 Plans for Other Disabilities

The following links lead to 504 plans or accommodation lists for the disabilities indicated.

Lists of Sample Accommodations

These two pages offer lists of accommodations for multiple disabilities.

  • From Bridges 4 Kids -- examples from the Sevier County School System, Sevierville, Tennessee
    Allergies, Arthritis, Asthma, ADD/ADHD, Bipolar, Cancer, Cerebral Palsy, AIDS, Cystic Fibrosis, Deaf/Hearing Impairment, Diabetes, Drugs/Alcohol, Emotionally Disturbed, Encopresis/Enuresis, Epilepsy, Hearing Impairment, Learning Disability, Leukemia, Orthopedically Impaired, Special Health Care Needs, Temporarily Disabled, Tourette's Syndrome, Traumatic Brain Injury, Tuberculosis, Visual Impairment, Weight (obesity, anorexia, bulimia)

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