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February 15, 2019
Tips for Working with Tutors | Los Angeles County Special Education

Tips for Working with Tutors

When your child is not doing well in school, you may have no idea where to turn. You may first try working with your child yourself, […]
February 7, 2019
Getting Ready for Parent-Teacher Conferences | Los Angeles County Special Education Plan

Getting Ready for Parent-Teacher Conferences

Depending on how well your child has been doing in school, you may either be looking forward to hearing plenty of praise of your child or […]
January 31, 2019
Can Online Schooling Work? | Los Angeles County Special Education Plan

Can Online Schooling Work?

Many special needs students struggle in school. They may not fit in well with the teacher or other students, or they may struggle with the curriculum. […]
January 30, 2019
Test-Taking Tips for Special Education Students | Los Angeles County Special Education

Test-Taking Tips for Special Education Students

Tests can be anxiety-provoking for even the best students, but they can be particularly problematic and even traumatic for special education students who may struggle with […]

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July 11, 2018
Planning for the First IEP Meeting | Los Angeles Special Education

Planning for the First IEP Meeting

IEP meetings are held at least once per year for every special needs student in the school district. This meeting will include the parents, the teachers […]
June 29, 2018
How Does Divorce Affect Special Needs Planning? | Los Angeles Special Education

How Does Divorce Affect Special Needs Planning?

Divorce can be hugely difficult for any family to navigate and is doubly so when special needs children are involved. Whereas most children of divorce must […]
April 13, 2018
Music Therapy in Special Education | Los Angeles Special Education

Avoid Classic Financial Planning Mistakes for Your Special Needs Child

While there are many things to consider when caring for your special needs child, financial planning is often the area most fraught with worry for many […]
March 30, 2018
How to Make Homeschooling Really Work for the Special Needs Child

How to Make Homeschooling Really Work for the Special Needs Child

When it comes to schooling your special needs child, you have many options. Public schooling is often the most viable choice for many children because of […]
March 23, 2018
Minimizing Issues with Extended Family | Los Angeles Special Education

Minimizing Issues with Extended Family

As much as you may love your extended family, they may pose some problems for you when it comes to providing for your special needs child. […]
September 18, 2017
Getting Extended Family Involved | Los Angeles County Special Education

Getting Extended Family Involved

One of the biggest hurdles for parents when it comes to caring for their special needs children are getting the extended family on board with their […]
July 21, 2017
Navigating the Change from Elementary School to Middle School | NAV Law

Navigating the Change from Elementary School to Middle School

Any child making the change from elementary to middle school is bound to be filled with trepidation the summer prior to heading into the next grade. […]
July 14, 2017
Reducing Stress at Home for Parents with Special Needs Children | NAV Law

Reducing Stress at Home for Parents with Special Needs Children

It is no secret that parents of special needs children face far more numerous stressors than other parents do. It can be downright exhausting to manage […]
July 7, 2017
Tips for Working with Children with ADHD | Los Angeles County Special Education

Tips for Working with Children with ADHD

Parenting a child with ADHD can be difficult at best and exhausting on most days. These children are normally hyperactive and can have difficulty paying attention […]
April 3, 2017
Celebrate Autism Awareness Month | Los Angeles Children Development

Celebrate Autism Awareness Month

Every April, communities and individuals across the United States gather to celebrate Autism Awareness Month. They don the definitive puzzle-piece ribbons that denote autism spectrum disorder, […]