Monthly Archives: May 2016

Tips for Negotiating the Best IEP

2019-06-25T11:50:28+00:00

By Linda M. Gorczynski, Esq. For many families, negotiating for their child’s special ed services is highly stressful. So much depends on a young student’s getting the tools to prepare for adulthood. By law, every child with disabilities is entitled to a “free and appropriate” public education (FAPE), but coming to agreement on exactly what [...]

Tips for Negotiating the Best IEP2019-06-25T11:50:28+00:00

Disabled Military Child Protection Act Policy Issued

2019-08-26T19:21:29+00:00

The Voice is the e-mail newsletter of The Special Needs Alliance. This installment was written by Special Needs Alliance member Kelly A. Thompson. Kelly has been a lawyer for 37 years, practicing law in Arlington, Virginia for the last 21 years. She is a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC) and a frequent lecturer on special needs planning. Her clients include many military families and she was active in lobbying for passage of the Disabled Military Child Protection Act. Her practice focuses on planning for individuals with disabilities and the elderly, special needs trusts, trust administration and estate planning.

Disabled Military Child Protection Act Policy Issued2019-08-26T19:21:29+00:00

Roundup: Family Case Study/Modified Curriculums/Paying Home Care Workers

2019-09-17T12:14:06+00:00

SNA attorneys have ongoing involvement with the wide-ranging issues faced by individuals with disabilities, their families and the professionals who serve them. Below is a sampling of posts from member blogs and newsletters. Family Case Study Planning for the long-term needs of a loved one with disabilities is a big job. Check out this case study about [...]

Roundup: Family Case Study/Modified Curriculums/Paying Home Care Workers2019-09-17T12:14:06+00:00

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