Glendale Children with Physical Disabilities need advocates who will fight for their rights and freedoms. In the interest of saving money or because they do not know who else to turn to, many California parents attempt to advocate for their children themselves. They fight the school district when they feel that their children are not receiving an appropriate education based on their physical limitations. They may even fight the court system when they feel that their children need a conservator or guardian appointed as they reach adulthood. However, there are individuals who can help.
Providing Children with Disabilities with Legal Representation
At Newman Aaronson Vanaman, we provide attorneys who are well-versed in all types of special education law, from elementary and undergraduate education to trusts and conservatorships. Because this is the only type of law that we focus on, Glendale parents can be assured that we watch carefully for any changes to state or federal laws. We know what it takes to fight these cases in the school district setting or in a lower or higher court. Parents appreciate the pressure that we take off of them when we take over a case and when we see their concerns through to the end.
Special Education Planning in Glendale
We feel that all children have the right to an appropriate educational experience that will prepare them for their futures and that will ready them for college. A physical handicap should never limit a child’s potential. While it may take a bit of discussion and occasionally a court case, we believe that the Glendale school district should be required to offer every special education child a free and appropriate education.