Parenting

November 17, 2017
Tips for Dealing with a New Special Education Teacher | Los Angeles County

Tips for Dealing with a New Special Education Teacher

Dealing with a new teacher can be rough for any child but is even harder for a special education child. These children often struggle with insecurities […]
November 10, 2017
Online Schooling for Special Education | Los Angeles County Special Education

Online Schooling for Special Education

Parents of special education students often have a difficult task before them as they determine how their children should be educated. Frequently, public school is used, […]
November 3, 2017
Parental Support of the Teacher | Los Angeles County Special Education

Parental Support of the Teacher

Whenever anything goes wrong with the IEP or the special needs student begins to struggle in school, parents may feel as if the special education teacher […]
October 27, 2017
Bullying of Special Needs Students | Los Angeles County Special Education

Bullying of Special Needs Students

While bullying is a growing problem for all types, ages, and genders of children, this is particularly a problem for special education students who are often […]

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November 3, 2017
Parental Support of the Teacher | Los Angeles County Special Education

Parental Support of the Teacher

Whenever anything goes wrong with the IEP or the special needs student begins to struggle in school, parents may feel as if the special education teacher […]
June 7, 2017
How to Improve Verbal Communication | Los Angeles Legal Representation

How to Improve Verbal Communication

Many special needs children have problems with verbal communication. This can make it difficult for them to talk to parents as well as peers but can […]
May 22, 2017
Occupational Therapy and Special Needs | Los Angeles Legal Representation

Occupational Therapy and Special Needs

Many special needs children take part in occupational therapy. This therapy type is designed to help children achieve the level of self-care that they require to […]
May 1, 2017
Developing Educational Play at Home | Los Angeles Legal Representation

Developing Educational Play at Home

Children with special needs often have difficulty fitting in with their peers at school and on the playground. They may hang back and not feel as […]
April 24, 2017
Best Educational Apps for Special Needs Children | Los Angeles Legal Representation

Best Educational Apps for Special Needs Children

While the majority of education for special needs children occurs in the public schools, some parents seek other methods for their children. For example, some turn […]
January 20, 2017
What Is a Transition Coordinator? | Los Angeles Education Legal Representation

What Is a Transition Coordinator?

A transition coordinator is provided by every public school offering education to special needs students and may be found in many private schools as well. The […]
January 6, 2017
Homeschooling Options for Special Education | Los Angeles Education Plans

Homeschooling Options for Special Education

It is currently the right of any parent in California to choose the type of school that their children attend whether public or private. Parents may […]
December 8, 2016
Decreasing Stress in the Home at Christmas | Los Angeles NAV Law Special Education Representation

Decreasing Stress in the Home at Christmas

As most parents quickly realize, special needs children do not do well with stress. This is particularly true in the Christmas season when stress is nearly […]
November 23, 2016
Tips for Special Education High School Students Heading to College | NAV Law

Tips for Special Education High School Students Heading to College

Any high school student hoping to go to college is sure to be busy at least during the last two years of high school. College preparation […]
November 16, 2016
Inclusion and Collaboration in Special Education and Why It Works | Los Angeles NAV Law

Inclusion and Collaboration in Special Education and Why It Works

Many times, special education is thought of as being completely separate from any other area of education. Parents may assume that their special needs children will […]