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August 27, 2018
Short-Term versus Long-Term Planning | Los Angeles Special Education

Short-Term versus Long-Term Planning

Both short-term and long-term planning have a place in special education planning. However, you may see only one type of planning being used for your child. […]
August 21, 2018
Sharing with Teachers | Los Angeles Individualized Special Education Plan

Sharing with Teachers

For great success during the school year, parents and guardians of school-age children must be sure to share certain aspects of their children’s personalities, growth, development, […]
August 15, 2018
Starting the School Year Anxiety-Free | Los Angeles Special Education

Starting the School Year Anxiety-Free

Anxiety is a fact of life for many children who begin something new. They may feel nervous about meeting new children at a playdate or about […]
August 6, 2018
Tips for Easing Back into the School Routine | Los Angeles Special Education

Tips for Easing Back into the School Routine

Back-to-school is right around the corner, and special needs children of any age are going to need a bit of help easing back into their new […]

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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, […]
March 24, 2017
Home Modifications for Disabled Children | Los Angeles Legal Representation

Home Modifications for Disabled Children

Besides specialty health care, families with disabled children will also find themselves spending extra money on home modifications that will make the home accessible and safe […]
March 17, 2017
Celebrating Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month | Los Angeles Law

Celebrating Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

Every March, Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month is celebrated across the country in schools, homes, businesses and clinics. This special celebration was begun by President Ronald Reagan […]
March 10, 2017
Transition Guide to Adulthood Published by U.S. Department of Education

Transition Guide to Adulthood Published by U.S. Department of Education

Although this discussion may not come into play for many years in special needs families, the idea of transitioning from high school into adulthood is one […]
March 3, 2017
Learning More about Special Needs Trusts | Los Angeles Legal Representation

Learning More about Special Needs Trusts

Special needs trusts are often set up on behalf of a disabled or mentally challenged client who is called the beneficiary. Most of the time, a […]
February 24, 2017

The Importance of Endrew F. v Douglas

While not widely talked about across the country, numerous legal advisors and lawyers in the United States are closely following the case of Endrew F. v […]
February 17, 2017
Helping Special Needs Students Celebrate Valentine’s Day | Los Angeles NAV Law

Helping Special Needs Students Celebrate Valentine’s Day

For many, Valentine’s Day is a fun celebration of love and friendship, where good friends or those who like each other exchange cards and gifts. In […]
February 10, 2017
How Private School Students Can Receive Special Education | NAV Law Los Angeles

How Private School Students Can Receive Special Education

Not all parents of special education students wish for their children to go to public school. Some may have religious beliefs regarding it while others believe […]
February 3, 2017
Sensory Gyms for Children with Special Needs | Los Angeles Education Plans

What Is Rare Disease Day?

Often thought of merely as a disease one has never before heard of, rare diseases actually encompass a variety of disorders that are often seen in […]
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 […]