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September 7, 2018

The Art of Negotiation

In the ideal world, parents of special needs students would get the perfect IEPs and extra services for their children and be satisfied with what the […]
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 […]

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November 23, 2016
Tips for Special Education High School Students Heading to College | NAV Law

Tips for Special Education High School Students Heading to College

Any high school student hoping to go to college is sure to be busy at least during the last two years of high school. College preparation […]
November 16, 2016
Inclusion and Collaboration in Special Education and Why It Works | Los Angeles NAV Law

Inclusion and Collaboration in Special Education and Why It Works

Many times, special education is thought of as being completely separate from any other area of education. Parents may assume that their special needs children will […]
November 9, 2016
SAT Examinations for Special Education Students | Los Angeles Legal Representation

SAT Examinations for Special Education Students

One part of the educational cycle that is familiar to nearly every student in the United States is the usage of annual standardized tests. Every year, […]
October 28, 2016
Choosing Public or Private Schools for Special Education Students | Los Angeles NAV Law

Choosing Public or Private Schools for Special Education Students

When a child is diagnosed with a special need, whether it is mental, physical or learning-based, parents are often faced with the difficult decision of whether […]
October 21, 2016
Special Needs Children and Halloween Celebrations | Los Angeles NAV Education

Special Needs Children and Halloween Celebrations

Halloween is a fun and exciting time of year for all children when they get to dress up as their favorite characters and go trick-or-treating to […]
October 14, 2016
Fun Fall Activities for Special Needs Children | Los Angeles NAV Legal Representation

Fun Fall Activities for Special Needs Children

Fall is an exciting time of the year with cooler weather setting in and the changing leaf colors. For some parents of special needs children, this […]
October 7, 2016
Understanding Discrimination against Parents of Special Needs Children | Los Angeles NAV Law

Understanding Discrimination against Parents of Special Needs Children

When parents of special needs children think about discrimination, they may believe that it only occurs against their children. However, many unfortunate parents have found that […]
September 29, 2016
When a Special Needs Child Requires a Tutor | Los Angeles County Education Representatives

When a Special Needs Child Requires a Tutor

The law of the United States requires that special needs children be cared for and educated in the least restrictive environment possible. In many cases, this […]
September 22, 2016
Benefits of Pets for Special Needs Children | Los Angeles County NAV Law

Benefits of Pets for Special Needs Children

Household pets have long been loved for their ability to divert the attention and to create lasting bonds with their owners. In recent years, cats and […]
September 15, 2016
What Is IDEA? | NAV Law Los Angeles Special Needs Education Representatives

What Is IDEA?

Perhaps as a parent of a special needs student, one may have heard of IDEA or the IEP. While these terms can fly back and forth […]