What does that mean to you???
There are things you can do to ensure that your child's educational needs are met. Parents
often have not been informed of their children's rights in terms of education and services
offered by the schools. Some parents feel they have little input into the child's
Individualized Education Plan (IEP).
The school's staffing or budget limitations should not drive your child's educational
program. They are required by law to devise an INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION
PROGRAM for your child based upon his/her educational needs. That program must be
reasonably calculated to confer meaningful educational benefit.
If you suspect that your child(ren's) educational needs are not being met, you should
consult with an experienced attorney who handles education law. An attorney may be
present at case conference meetings, PPTs, Due Process Hearings and more to assist with
protecting your child's best interests.
I can help you address issues pertaining to:
Learning Disabilities ADHD/ADD Speech disorders
Autism Severe Anxiety Disciplinary Concerns
Social Skills Hearing / Vision impairment Bullying
Extended School Year Failure to Implement IEP Calling PPT
Obtaining Records Manifestation Hearings Suspension
Expulsion Triennials not complete Out Placement
and many more issues...
Call for a free consultation!