Special Ed Legal Consults
KEEPING WORKING PARENTS ON THE JOB

Helping parents

Addressing Your Concerns

special-ed.jpg
 

More questions we can address:

  • Is my “wait and see” approach the right path, or am I waiting because I feel stuck and I am not sure how to solve the problem?

  • What can I do to change the power dynamics? I feel outnumbered at IEP meetings facing the entire school team by myself.

  • How can I express my requests more persuasively?

  • What kind of strategies would enable me to help my child more effectively?

  • How do I advocate convincingly for my child while remaining collaborative -- so I don’t burn bridges with my school district?

  • How can I show the school that my child meets eligibility requirements for special education?

  • Should I obtain a private evaluation and what should it cover?

  • How do I improve the goals in my child’s IEP?

  • Is “education” limited to academics?

  • Can I get help if my child has behavior problems at school?

  • How would I determine whether the school program is appropriate for my child?

  • What can I do if the school district is not following the IEP?

  • What do I do if my child is being bullied at school?

  • Will the school district ever pay for a private school?

  • What if my child needs a residential treatment program in order to learn?

  • How can I help my child without resorting to litigation?

father-having-lots-of-fun-with-his-children copy.jpg

If you have these or other special education questions, introduce us to your HR Director, diversity and inclusion lead, and your wellness program manager.  For more information, or to arrange a Lunch ‘n Learn at your company, just contact us.   

We partner with companies to provide our services to California employees at your Bay Area workplaces.  If you are outside of the SF Bay Area, other options are available. For more details, see our services.

We are here to help you get started on the path to better results.