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January 1, 2019

Legal Right to an Inclusive Education in California

If district members of your child’s IEP team are attempting to force your child out of the general education setting, there are ways to fight such […]
December 31, 2018
Inclusion Outside the Classroom | Los Angeles Special Education Plan

Inclusion Outside the Classroom

When parents hear the word “inclusion,” they most frequently think of classroom settings where both special education students and their peers are included. However, inclusion is […]
December 21, 2018
How the Inclusive Classroom Should Look | Los Angeles Special Education

How the Inclusive Classroom Should Look

An inclusive classroom is one that includes both special education students as well as their peers who do not need special help. Research has shown that […]
December 20, 2018
Report Cards and Transcripts | Los Angeles Special Education Planning

Report Cards and Transcripts

Report cards and transcripts are either the joy or the affliction of every parent with school-age children. For the academically-inclined child, these reports can be like […]

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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 […]
April 17, 2017
How to Know When Legal Counsel Is Necessary for IEP Meetings | NAV Law

How to Know When Legal Counsel Is Necessary for IEP Meetings

IEP meetings can turn out in a variety of ways based on the school district, the attendees and the child. Many of these meetings turn out […]
April 10, 2017
How Visual Impairments Affect a Child’s Schooling | Los Angeles Special Education

How Visual Impairments Affect a Child’s Schooling

Visual impairments have a real effect on learning in the classroom. These children typically qualify for special education services but may still struggle to learn adequately. […]
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 […]