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July 13, 2018
How to Prepare Your Child for an Evaluation | Los Angeles Special Education

How to Prepare Your Child for an Evaluation

Before your school-age child can be set up with an IEP or special education services, he or she must be evaluated to prove that there are […]
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 […]
June 22, 2018
Data That Parents Should Collect and Keep | Los Angeles Special Education

Data That Parents Should Collect and Keep

Just as you keep records of your taxes, insurance policies and other important papers, you should also be keeping full records on your child’s education especially […]

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May 4, 2018
Can an Extended School Year Help? | Los Angeles Special Education

Can an Extended School Year Help?

With summer quickly coming, parents are beginning to wonder whether they should have put more thought into an extended school year back in September. This is […]
October 27, 2017
Bullying of Special Needs Students | Los Angeles County Special Education

Bullying of Special Needs Students

While bullying is a growing problem for all types, ages, and genders of children, this is particularly a problem for special education students who are often […]
October 20, 2017
School Transportation Issues | Los Angeles Students with Special Needs

School Transportation Issues

The state of California provides specific legal guidelines regarding the transportation of special education students to school from the home. According to the Special Education Transportation […]
October 13, 2017
Dealing with Unexpected School Difficulties | Los Angeles Legal Representation

Dealing with Unexpected School Difficulties

Now that it is October, most families expect their children to be settled in well to the school schedule. They assume that their children will have […]
August 28, 2017
Tips for Working on IEPs for the New School Year | Los Angeles County Special Education

Tips for Working on IEPs for the New School Year

As parents head into the new school year, they should be sure to have a fresh IEP in hand if they have a special needs child. […]
August 14, 2017
School Transportation for Special Education Students | Los Angeles County

School Transportation for Special Education Students

Many parents are trying to decide how their children will get to school this year. Will they drive them themselves, enlist the help of a neighbor, […]
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 […]
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, […]
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 […]