Special Education In Virginia

PATHWAYS THROUGH SPECIAL EDUCATION IN VIRGINIA
YOUR CHILD’S JOURNEY!

The disAbility Law Center Foundation’s interactive training will…

…teach you to advocate for your child using information from federal law, state law, and the Virginia Department of Education.

…provide statutory language at your fingertips, so you can speak to educators and attorneys in a language they understand.

…include networking opportunities with other parents.

…include a copy (yours to keep) of SPED Manual.

January  25, 2018, 10:00am – 2:00pm
disAbility Center of Virginia
1512 Willow Lawn Drive, Suite 100
Richmond, VA 23230
804-225-2042 or 800-552-3962

One-on-One Consultations

Our presenters are eager to meet you face-to-face, answer your questions, discuss your child’s current special education related unmet needs, help you overcome your challenges, and provide step-by-step instructions.

Workshop topics will include in-depth discussions around Evaluations, Eligibility, IEPs, Service Implementation, IEP Review and Reevaluations, Discipline, Dispute Resolution, and Identification/Child Find.

Registration

Register online here or by phone at 800-552-3962,  30 persons maximum, first come, first served.  Because of a generous donation from the dLCV Foundation, for only  $20.00, you will receive an interactive presentation with hands-on exercises plus the manual is yours to keep!

Click here to register for the Richmond training.

The dLCV Foundation’s manual will help you…

…learn to advocate for your child using information from federal law, state law, and the Virginia Department of Education.

…have statutory language at your fingertips, so you can speak to educators and attorneys in a language they understand.

…understand what triggers Special Education law.

…ensure that your child receives appropriate special education and related services.

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