Several important federal laws address the educational needs of children and youth with disabilities.Read More
The term Early Intervention refers to services given to very young children with special needs, generally from birth until the child turns three.Read More
IEP stands for Individualized Education Program (alternatively called an "Individualized Education Plan," "Individual Education Plan," or some combination thereof).Read More
Unlike most areas of the Law, parents of a disabled child may recover Attorneys Fees from the school district if they are to be the "Prevailing Party." Our goal is to make sure such is the case every time.Read More
Learn about the latest news about Special Ed News, Important Case Law & more.Read More
Helpful pointers that we believe are imperative elements for parents seeking assistance with special education advocacy.Read More
Parents should have a good working knowledge of their child’s strengths an deficits and have a strong grasp of the terminology that comes with the terrain.Read More
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions parents or guardians may have...Read More
Georgianna Junco-Kelman received her Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from the University of California at Los Angeles and graduated with Departmental Honors. She earned her Juris Doctorate at the Whittier College of Law in Los Angeles. Ms. Kelman serves on the Board of Directors of Autism Speaks, Los Angeles Chapter and is a member of COPAA, The Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates.Learn More
My wish is to help you see that you are not alone and to offer you a little bit of hope and comfort. The following is the story of our journey with Brandon…It is a story of hope.
" There is No Greater Inequality Than the Equal Treatment of Unequals.”
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