No matter how good your school district is, be prepared for unexpected challenges when getting your 504 plan in place.
Last August, I watched all of my friends head off to school and all of a sudden I was the only one left still living at home. I hadn't even graduated high school, but I was getting to experience the time-honored and popular British tradition of a taking a gap year.
Sending our son to school was scary, but we have a plan to keep him healthy.
The following questions and answers address concerns from the community about COVID-19 and school.
Along with experiencing the typical emotions every parent has when their kids start school, I've also had to teach my son, Maddox, to take responsibility for his cystic fibrosis.
College life can be stressful when you need to fit in time for classes, treatments, and a part-time job. Now in my second year of law school, I have developed a system that can help you stay organized and balanced.
In the fourth installment of our “Ask a Case Manager” series, we discuss what you should consider when making the transition from high school to college.
As a high school nurse, I've worked hard over the last few years to help my three students with CF navigate school safely. A welcome but unexpected change to my plans was helping one of my students get her very own service dog, Rosie.
I am so glad I didn't let my fears about handling my cystic fibrosis prevent me from attending college. Here is my checklist of questions to ask yourself if you are still deciding whether to pursue higher education.
Abandoning precautions to return to “normal” will put the health of people who may be at high risk for serious illness from COVID-19 in danger.