How can a special education attorney help you?
Do you feel like the school is not hearing your concerns?
Is the current IEP or 504 Plan not meeting your child’s educational needs?
Has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted your child’s learning?
Did the school deny your child assessments or supports?
It may be time to speak with a special education attorney about your rights and options moving forward.
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The Special Education Process:Understanding Procedures and Implementation.
Thursday, August 18th @ 7:00PM
Join us for The Special Education Process: Understanding Procedures and Implementation. We will discuss Parent and Student rights to a "procedural" FAPE in the LRE. Ever wonder who must attend an IEP meeting? Can the school hold an IEP meeting without you? Did you know you can audio record your IEP meeting with proper notice? When are assessments required? What is prior written notice and how can it help you? Are the procedural safeguards you receive at an IEP meeting important? We'll cover your rights and some common misconceptions.
Presented by Seth Schwartz, Esq. and Ashok Pathi, Esq. of Brightside Law Group.