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  • Division of Special Education-Texas
    An overview of Federal, State laws and regulations for the Education of Special Needs Children. Covers not only Texas but the Federal Law IDEA97.

  • EdLAW-Special Needs Law
    "A non-profit organization established to bring systemic improvements in education"

  • Federation for Children with Special Needs
    The Mission of the Federation for Children with Special Needs is to provide information, support, and assistance to parents of children with disabilities, their professional partners, and their communities. We are committed to listening to and learning from families, and encouraging full participation in community life by all people, especially those with disabilities.

  • Kotin, Crabtree & Strong-Special Education Law
    Kotin, Crabtree & Strong, LLP is one of the few firms in Massachusetts with a major area of practice devoted to ensuring the educational rights of disabled (special needs) children and the legal rights of adults with disabilities.

  • Maap Services, Inc. - Your Legal Rights
    As your child's most important advocate, you must educate yourself concerning his/her legal rights to a free and appropriate education.

  • Planning for your Special Needs Child
    Parenting a special needs child takes special planning. Particular needs will always be present, and you must consider and prepare for them. Taking steps now can help arrange for your child's well being today and tomorrow. Areas you should consider include your child's legal, financial, medical and educational needs.

  • SpecialEdLaw.net
    SpecialEdLaw.net is a multidisciplinary internet resource for parents of special needs children, as well as attorneys, special education administrators, teachers, psychologists, and others with a need for information relating to Special Education law.

  • SpecialEdLaw.net
    SpecialEdLaw.net is a multidisciplinary internet resource for parents of special needs children, as well as attorneys, special education administrators, teachers, psychologists, and others with a need for information relating to Special Education law.

  • Special Education in Pennsylvania
    This informational piece was developed by the Law Offices of Herbert Monheit. If you have any additional questions regarding Americans with Disabilities Act, or the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act please call 1-800-220-LAW1 or e-mail civil@civilrights.com. .

  • The Bazelon Center
    The Judge David L. Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law is a nonprofit legal advocacy organization based in Washington D.C. Our name honors the federal appeals court judge whose landmark decisions pioneered the field of mental health law, and our advocacy is based on the principle that every individual is entitled to choice and dignity.

  • The Law Library of the Special Education Advocate
    You are in the Wrightslaw Law Libraries which include these areas: Legal News,Caselaw,Statute and Regulations and Articles & Reports

  • Your Legal Rights to Assistive Technology
    As an individual with a disability, your child may have a right to the assistive technology he or she needs. Many funding sources -- whether they are government programs or private insurers -- must make their decisions based on whether your child meets certain conditions.

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  • Independent Panel for Special Education Advice
    IPSEA offers free and independent advice on Local Education Authorities' legal duties to assess and provide for children with special educational needs. These include children with physical disabilities, sensory impairment, emotional and behavioural difficulties, general and specific learning difficulties (including those arising from specific conditions such as Down's Syndrome, autism and dyslexia).


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