WHAT DO WE DO?
When parents of children with special needs must cope with barriers to their child’s education on top of the challenges of daily life at work and at home, they often get overwhelmed and stuck, without solving the problem. When these employees don’t know how to help their child, they struggle to stay focused on their work, and they may even leave their jobs—causing more training and turnover costs for the company.
At Special Ed Legal Consults, we provide initial special education legal consultations to employees who are parents of children with special needs, focusing on improving the child’s special education program. With our expertise in special education law and practical experience in this complicated field, we identify the most pressing issues and guide parents to achieve better outcomes. We partner with companies who provide our affordable program to support their employees.
We point parents in the right direction by developing an individual action plan, with specific strategies towards solutions to their concerns. The legal right to a free appropriate public education is based upon a child’s individual educational needs. For this reason, we review the child’s key educational records with the parents and discuss effective strategies to improve the child’s educational program. When companies support families, employees feel included and valued. When employees’ stress decreases and their wellbeing improves, their productivity, loyalty, and retention increase.
WHAT IS OUR GOAL?
Our goal is to provide parents with guidance as soon as possible, so that they can take steps to make improvements. When parents wait too long to get started, problems become harder to solve. We focus on empowering parents to present school officials with persuasive documentation to help their child succeed.
HOW DO WE DO IT?
Companies show their support by paying an affordable flat fee for our consultation. Or, if our services are currently unavailable through their company, parents are welcome to contact us to learn more about our program. Whether you are a parent or a company representative, contact us for more information.