Whether your child is newly diagnosed or has been managing JA for some time, you can help ensure a positive school experience.
Get insights and answers to common questions on educational rights and school solutions from a former principal and school superintendent, special education teacher and rheumatology nurse.
When you review the PPT and listen to the audio recording below, you will learn about:
educational rights laws and how to protect your child’s rights
the ways that JIA symptoms can affect your child’s school attendance, access and performance
the plans and processes that will help you coordinate the right accommodations and modifications in and out of the classroom
being an effective advocate for your child and building collaboration with teachers and school personnel
helping your child develop self-advocacy and self-determination skills
This information was provided during a webinar on September 10, 2015.
To view or download a PDF of the PPT presentation, click here.
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