What kinds of accommodations can be provided under a 504 plan?
Accommodations provided under a 504 plan are designed to give children with disabilities access to the learning environment. Assistance carrying books, assistive technology devices, or materials with enlarged print are all examples of accommodations that can be provided through a 504 plan. To qualify, a child must have a disability that interferes with learning in their general education classroom.
For more information, see our article What’s the Difference Between a 504 Plan and an IEP?