"Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself."
~ John Dewey
Meetings Some parents want an experienced special education attorney to advocate for them at CSE, CPSE, or Section 504 meetings,
Hearings and Appeals: Some parents have reached a point where the best option is a hearing. They want an experienced special education attorney to represent them.
As we all face this challenging time, I want to convey my hope for your health and well-being. Schools are closed for an unknown period of time leaving children at home while parents try to work. You will probably receive information from your school district concerning "distance learning," or ways to engage your child in learning while the schools are closed. This will vary from district to district. If your child has an IEP, know that the U.S. Office of Special Education has issued a guidance indicating that school districts should consider the unique needs of students with disabilities, If you have questions, call my office. I will try to
answer your questions at no charge.
Consultation: Some parents just want an experienced special education attorney to explain their rights and advise them.