The panel will address topics such as:
• What are the differences between school testing and a neuropsych evaluation?
• How can parents use an evaluation to determine whether school programs or other interventions are effective?
• What is an IEE (Independent Educational Evaluation)?
• My school district says my child doesn’t qualify for supports and services because he is performing at grade level, but he has behavioral and social problems. What should I do?
• What are the differences between a 504 and an IEP? Continue Reading →
The first speaker is Lara Damashek, the founder of Early Insight Advocacy. She is a parent advocate with experience as a public school teacher, special education attorney, and mother of a child with an IEP. Continue Reading →
S.E.L.F. is currently accepting grant applications for qualified families throughout Connecticut that need legal assistance in accessing special education. Continue Reading →
Ulrika Drinkall and Christine Lai created Special Education Legal Fund, or S.E.L.F., with the mission of “helping to level the special education playing field for all families.” S.E.L.F. takes grant applications for families throughout Connecticut that need legal assistance in accessing special education. Continue Reading →