Los Angeles Learning Disability

Children who have been diagnosed with Los Angeles learning disabilities have plenty of potential still in front of them. With adequate educational and medical planning, these children can enjoy and thrive during childhood and find themselves in front of many wonderful and fulfilling prospects upon reaching adulthood. At Newman, Aaronson, Vanaman Attorneys at Law, we help children and families just like this every day to make the best decisions to meet their goals. We advocate for these families, fight in schools and courtrooms and always stay up-to-date with the latest special needs legal cases so that we can fight for your rights and the rights of your children.

IEPs for Los Angeles Children with Learning Disabilities

An IEP is one of the most important parts of education when it comes to a Los Angeles learning disability. This Individualized Educational Plan is made to provide special needs children and their teachers with goals for the school year. It directs education while also ensuring that these children are receiving all of the best services to help them prosper as much as possible. The IEP lists specific, measurable goals for the school year. If these goals are not met, parents, teachers, and administrators will look at what went wrong to best prepare them for the next school year. The IEP will also list special services that the child will need to succeed, such as special transportation, tutoring and speech therapy.

In the Los Angeles school district, trained special education professionals work constantly with these children to give them the best educations possible for where they are in life. However, the education that the child with a Los Angeles learning disability is receiving and the education that he or she requires may differ significantly. This could be due to time or budgetary constraints on the part of the school district or to a lack of caring among school personnel.

Whatever the case may be, our special needs attorneys can work with Los Angeles families one-on-one to help them find ways to get their children the help that they need. Many services are required by law for those diagnosed with learning disabilities. If you feel that your child is not receiving adequate resources or is not doing as well in school as he or she could be, we invite you to meet with one of our attorneys. We can help you understand the IEP process and can advocate for your child’s education.

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