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January 18, 2020
Meeting New People and Building Friendships | LA County Special Education

Meeting New People and Building Friendships

For many special needs children, it is quite challenging to make new friends. This is particularly true for children who have problems with communication or who […]
January 11, 2020
Keeping Children Active in the Winter | LA County Special Education

Keeping Children Active in the Winter

The generally mild California weather usually helps parents get their children outside during much of the winter months despite the increased coolness in the air. Most […]
December 28, 2019
Helping the Child Who Dreads Holiday Breaks | LA Special Education

Helping the Child Who Dreads Holiday Breaks

While most children look forward to holiday breaks with great anticipation, there are some who dread these days away from school. They may fear that they […]
December 21, 2019
Stay Calm and Carry On | LA County Special Education Planning

Stay Calm and Carry On

With the winter break swiftly approaching or in full swing depending on your district’s calendar, you have probably experienced for yourself just how crazy school breaks […]

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September 4, 2017
Extracurricular Options for Special Education Students | Los Angeles NAV Law

Extracurricular Options for Special Education Students

While reading, writing, and arithmetic may form the basis of a solid, classical education, there is certainly more to learn in school than just that. Students […]
January 27, 2017
Sensory Gyms for Children with Special Needs | Los Angeles Education Plans

Sensory Gyms for Children with Special Needs

A sensory gym is a place that can be used by children who struggle with over-stimulation or under-stimulation. Often, these children have been diagnosed with autism […]
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 13, 2017
What Is Adapted Physical Education? | Los Angeles Education for Special Needs Children

What Is Adapted Physical Education?

Physical education is required by federal law to be provided to all public school students, including special needs students. However, some special needs students may struggle […]
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 28, 2016
Finding a Babysitter for a Special Needs Child | Los Angeles Education Plans

Finding a Babysitter for a Special Needs Child

Finding a trustworthy babysitter can be a difficult process although nowadays there are numerous websites that can provide lists of vetted professionals. However, these lists do […]
December 22, 2016
School Bullying in Mainstream Classrooms | Los Angeles NAV Law Representation

School Bullying in Mainstream Classrooms

It is a truth that cannot be easily ignored that school bullying has reached epic proportions in the last decade. Special needs children are often unfairly […]
December 15, 2016
Big Crowds and Holiday Celebrations | Los Angeles NAV Law Special Education Representation

Big Crowds and Holiday Celebrations

December is always filled with plenty of celebrations. Families with special needs children may find that this month brings even more stress for them than it […]
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 30, 2016
Common Core and Special Education | Los Angeles NAV Law Special Education Representation

Common Core and Special Education

Since Common Core launched in the United States in 2009, it has additionally launched a great deal of debate about whether or not it works. Today, […]