Aug 18, 2021
Knowing your child’s IEP team isn’t enough. To be the best advocate for your child, you need to know who makes the decisions, how, and when.
Your local Board of Education (BOE) consists of lay representatives who live in your community and are selected by you (in some areas there are appointed school boards,...
Aug 12, 2021
Going back to school in person shouldn’t be a choice between a family member and an education. But for some families, it is just that. For children living with immunocompromised family members, going back in person really isn’t a choice at all. It’s not even one of the options.
This episode isn’t about...
Aug 4, 2021
Justyna & Meghan from The Hangout Spot join me today to discuss how kids are adjusting to “back to normal” back to school! While I wouldn’t necessarily call it “normal” we are going back and most kids haven’t had an opportunity to flex their social muscles in a while. They will need time and patience while...
Jul 1, 2021
My office mates join me to sum up IEP season, discuss the trends we saw, and postulate on what we should expect for '21-22. You can reach us all at SpecialEd.Law
A transcript of this episode can be found here shortly after the episode is published:
Jun 23, 2021
Summer's coming! So today, special education parent and advocate, Lisa Lightner, founder of A Day in Our Shoes, joins me to discuss Extended School Year services. What are they? Who gets them? And do you need them?
Check out ADayInOurShoes.com
A transcript of this episode can be found here shortly after...