Each video is about two minutes.
A high school counselor explains advantages of a 504 plan in upper grades; and a university's disability services director explains his role in helping students who have 504 plans.
Parents and students talk about problems and solutions for staying hydrated, carrying heavy books and binders, accessing elevators and lockers, missing class time for infusions and handwriting.
A parent and college student explain why working with the college on needs should start long before the school year begins.
A high school counselor explains how students can begin to become self-advocates; and a university's disability services director shares tips on how college freshman can articulate what they need.
A doctor and nurse practitioner talk about respecting a child's need for privacy and fitting in with peers, and how to get them to share appropriately.
A high school counselor gives advice on when to start asking for accommodations for tests like the PSAT, SAT and ACT.
A mother and her daughter's teacher discuss how good communication and information help teachers assist children with juvenile arthritis.
Doctors and nurses discuss how they support parents to get accommodations for students with JA in school.