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IDEA and Other Laws to Protect Students with Disabilities
Adam age 7 years, has been referred by his teacher to the SST (Student Study Team). He has a history of disruptive behavior and poor performance in school. Discuss school nurse assessment steps, possible findings and what information should be shared with the SST. Comment on the usual make-up of a team. Assuming that Adam is diagnosed with ADHD and qualified for a 504 plan, summarize what you anticipate will be written up in that plan. Discuss the likely role of the school nurse in helping Allen. What legal rights/preventions does he have with a 504?
Websites for reference to above question: ADHD and ADD- www.ldonline.org,
www.chadd.org, www.aacap.org, and www.nimh.gov
California Department of Edducation, www.cde.ca.gov
Nursing Theories: www.sandiego.edu/academics/nursing/theory/
Office of Civil Rights: http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/index.html
IDEA 97 http://www.ed.gov/office/OSERS/Policy/IDEA
Idea and other Laws to Protect Students with Disabilities Studentâ€™s Name Institutional Affiliation Idea and other Laws to Protect Students with Disabilities At some point we have had these experiences; it could have been at the grocery where frustrated parents were calling the names of their children at the top of their voices imploring them to stop what they were doing. Maybe it could have been in a class where a certain child appeared to be daydreaming; the student does not focus on one activity until it is completed. The child might be bored with the activity immediately it is begun and may want to move to something else. The children might be suffering from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. According to Rowland et al. (2002), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)