It's just my opinion, but I wanted to point out that the 504 you develop with school personnel need not detail ANY of the actual medical management of D. I've stumbled across some FB chatter about an epic length 504 and the conflict that is causing with school admin. When you make up a 504 plan it's just about, "what does my D kid need to be comfortable and safe in the classroom?" Things like access to bathrooms, nurse's office, water, snack and juice. Safe inclusion in field trips and not to be excluded from the class party cupcake. One page should do it. It's not a medical management plan - it's a 504. Big difference. Disclaimer: this post was brought to you by the frenzy I'm hearing about on FB regarding a 26 page 504.