From Document Review to Expert Testimony, we offer a variety of services to meet our clients’ needs.
Would you like a second set of eyes to review an IEP or 504 Plan? This helps give our clients piece of mind and clarification on Special Education paperwork as well as on certain points and help deciphering common jargon within the document.
Do you need help preparing for meetings and the Special Education process? Are there things that you feel need to be improved? Besides the IEP and 504 Plan, there are other documents that can be difficult to understand like testing data or psychological reports. We help you become more educated and better prepared by understanding the important details.
Do you have minor concerns about an IEP or 504 Plan and might like some small changes made to the document?We will review the documents and take a more extensive look at the areas of concern. In addition to reviewing thedocument, we will make suggestions for improvement.
Are you concerned about an upcoming meeting for your child? Do you feel unprepared? Do you need help understanding all of the paperwork?Whether it is coaching over the phone or having the peace of mind of bringing an advocate to the meeting, we will help you be better prepared for the process.
Do you feel that your child is not making adequate progress and the IEP document of 504 Plan is not an accurate reflection of your child? We will review the current IEP and help you propose a document that is a better reflection of your child’s learning needs.
Schools have a case manager maintaining your child’s IEP and 504 Plan, so why shouldn’t you? We will meet with you and discuss the Special Education process, monitor progress with the school, regularly communicate with appropriate school staff, attend meetings as needed, and be on-call as a valuable resource to you. We will be there for every step of the process.
In due process hearings, we provide the required qualified private experts to testify about what your student needs.
We conduct assessments for Special Education which are foundational for the success of identification, placement and programming for children with special needs.