How to Compromise With your School District Without Compromising your Child

How to Compromise With your School District Without Compromising your Child

A Practical Field Guide for Parents of Children With Developmental Disorders and Learning Disabilities

Book - 2004
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in the educational system." By providing inside information on how to prepare for an IEP meeting, what to do when your child doesn't get the services their therapist recommends, and how to avoid due process, parents will feel reassured that they are being empowered with all of the tools they need to advocate for their child. The practical and straightforward approaches presented in this must-have guide are not only applicable to children with autism spectrum disorders, but to children with any disability.
From a lawyer who has dedicated his practice to helping families get an appropriate education for their child with autism, comes the guide that every parent needs. "This book brings parents up to speed quickly and efficiently on the ways educational bureaucracies work--or more importantly, don't --for children with special needs. Particularly helpful is Mayerson's advice on the "must do's" and "must don'ts" in advocating for your child
Publisher: New York : DRL Books, c2004
ISBN: 0966526686
Branch Call Number: 371.192 MAY
Characteristics: 140 p. ; 28 cm

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