Whether a student has a learning disability, ADHD, an Autism Spectrum Disorder, or any other exeptional needs, he/she requires very specialized expertise in formulating an appropriate education plan, perhaps an IEP or 504 plan.
Without a proactive approach to special education planning, you are often left scrambling for help. And in many cases, you might not even know where to begin. We can help guide you with answers to...
Learning supports & the special education process:
- Why does it take so long to find the right learning resources?
- How can we get support for learning and attention issues?
- Why is it so complicated to gain consensus on my son's IEP?
- How do we keep up with ever-changing laws and regulations?
- Where should I turn for intensive, long-term remediation for my daughter?
- When do we give up on public school for a private special education school?
- How can we find our son the right therapeutic school?
- What are we going to do about our daughter's expulsion?
- Which schools are equipped to deal with substance abuse?
- What do we do if our daughter is refusing to go to school?
Social and environmental issues:
- Can my son with Autism get social skills help in school?
- Should my child stay in an inclusion program or be pulled out?
- How do I pursue legal action against our school district?
- Will a 504 plan provide for changes to the classroom?
- How can a school be life-changing for one child, yet prove disastrous for my child?
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