Today I found out yet another one of my students has a diagnosed issue. This was a student I've been gathering information for the child assessment team, so this revelation was no surprise. This brings me to a total of eight students in my class who a parent has told me has such-n-such, but there is no documentation. In many of these cases, an IEP/504 would be so handy, to have an official attack plan legalized on paper. However, I understand that many families don't want these. I also am at a loss at how direct I can be. I have informed many of these parents about the IEP/504 laws, but this gets shrugged off. But I also don't want any of these parents NOT to know about these options. I'm just not sure how much of it is my place to suggest this, and if so, in what words. So far, it's been "Hey, so Johnny has XYZ. Did you know Section 504 and/or Individualized Education Plans can help with that?"