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    School Issues, 504/ IEP Plans, Tools and Tips for CF and School

Navigating school issues is probably one of the biggest challenge areas for parents when their child has special medical needs like cystic fibrosis.  Teachers, peers and the quality of a child's education have a life-long impact on a child's emotional, social and intellectual development. 

Here are some resources including articles and videos to help you deal with the common problems that come up at school.

  Middle and High School 504 Plan for CF
  Elementary School Sample 504 Plan for Cystic Fibrosis
  Video on "CF at School"
  CF in the Classroom Quick Guide for Teachers
  Giving Your Child's 504 Plan a Checkup
  Starting the School Year on Track with a Parent-Teacher Meeting and a Health Care Plan
  Getting Your Child's Medical Needs Met with IEP and 504 Plans
  Being Your Child's Advocate: Tips for Good Communication with Teachers and School Staff
  How to Talk with Schoolmates About CF: Includes Audio & Teaching Tools
  Coping with Bullying and Teasing at School
  Letter to Teachers about My Child's CF
  A Teacher's Guide to CF
  Toolkit for Teaching About CF in the Classroom
  Publication: Cystic Fibrosis in the Classroom
  Tips for Negotiating with School Teams & Other Service Providers
  Tips for Completing a 504 Plan

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