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Do-It-Yourself Request for Accommodations
Use this tool to prepare the form to ask a court to make an accommodation for you if you have a disability. You can ask a court to accommodate your needs so that you can fully participate in a court activity such as a hearing, jury duty, mediation, or some other event in a court.
Do-It-Yourself Request for Interpreter
If you don't speak or understand English very well, you can ask the court for an interpreter. Use this tool to draft a form to ask the court to get an interpreter for you. You can also use this tool to draft the form you use to ask someone to review the court’s denial of your request for an interpreter.
504 Plans in School
If your child is struggling in school but is not eligible for Special Education Services, the school may still have to offer your child some accommodations. Section 504 of the federal Rehabilitation Act requires public schools to offer accommodations for students with disabilities. Read this article to learn more.
The Manifestation Determination Review
Students with disabilities have rights when they are disciplined. One important right is the Manifestation Determination Review (MDR). An MDR is required when a student with a disability is facing expulsion or a suspension for more than 10 school days. If your child has a disability, read this article to learn about the MDR process.