Accomodating the needs
Federal legislation and regulations are in place to ensure that children with disabilities have the same opportunities as other children.
This includes education and education-related benefits, such as school meals.
The Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Education of the Handicapped Act of 1975, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 state that persons with disabilities have the support of these laws that prohibit discrimination and require that children be provided with a free and appropriate public education. In 2015, the USDA permitted states to expand the list of recognized medical authorities to improve access to meal accommodations for children with special dietary needs and alleviate administrative burden for the CNPs.
For more information, please refer to USDA Policy Memorandum SP 32-2015, SFSP 15-2015, CACFP 13-2015: Statements Supporting Accommodations for Children with Disabilities in the CNPs on the USDA Food and Nutrition Service School Meals Policy Web page at
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A disability can also be visible (for example, a wheelchair or white cane indicates the person has a disability) or invisible (for example, a mental illness).Accommodate can also refer to providing housing or having enough space for something.You might need to open up the extra bedroom to accommodate your out-of-town guests.People with disabilities may just have the skills and competencies you require within your organization yet they are often under-employed.It is important to consider how your organization can tap this potential source of employees.