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Let’s talk! Tell us what’s going on and at the end of the 15 minutes we will tell you if we think we can help you or not. If we can help, we will give you an estimate of how much time we think it will take and the estimated cost.
We understand that sometimes finances can be challenging. Please do not let that keep you from calling! You would be amazed at how much help and direction you can receive in a free 15 minute discussion.
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McKay Scholarship Review
We are specialists when it comes to improving IEP’s so the student’s McKay Scholarship amount can be as high as possible.
We’ll review the IEP and other documents and determine if their IEP can be improved in order to increase scholarship funding. If it can be increased, we’ll tell you exactly how to do it, or if you want our help with the process we’re happy to assist.
We’ll Go With You to IEP and 504 Meetings
As your Advocate, we can attend IEP/504 Plan meetings with you, help you get services and develop a better plan. We will make sure:
- The school staff treats you with the respect you deserve and they listen to you.
- The school district complies with the laws that protect your child.
- School personnel and district staff take action even when they have repeatedly ignored your prior requests for help.
- Accommodations and modifications put on the IEP are followed by the staff.
Manifestation Meetings: Your Child is in Danger of Being Kicked Out of School
Warning! These meetings are critically important! If your child has been suspended for 10 days, and they have an IEP, then the school has to hold a manifestation determination review meeting. The purpose of this meeting is to determine if the infraction was caused by the child’s disability, a manifestation of his/her disability, or not. If your child’s behaviors are symptoms of a larger problem that needs to be addressed, putting him out of school will not address these problems. So many times parents don’t know that because of the suspensions, their child could be moved to an alternate school for students with “bad behavior.”
We NEVER recommend a parent go to one of these meetings without at advocate because so much is at stake.