My son doesnt qualify for 504 because he has no Substantial Limitations

Posted on: Thu, 05/26/2005 - 7:48am
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Joined: 02/10/2005 - 09:00

Help. The ignorant district person said that because my son has not had a reaction at school he is not substantially limited?
I know its not true but we just spent 2 hours debating over if a diabetic needs pb to survive, the entire school doesnt not need to eat it, just the one child, and other wasteful topics. Basically the high leveldistrict person was clueless to our situation and was just there for "show" but kept talking and their attorney sat in the hall cause i told mine I didnt need her, and I was right.
Help, I am drafting a letter and I need to know how he is substanitally limited and my brain was overloaded today and will not
work. My invitation said it was an eligibility meeting but we didnt discuss it till the end and it was blown over and she had another meeting. I am considering it denied and requesting a hearing.

[This message has been edited by qdebbie1 (edited May 26, 2005).]

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