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Ask An Expert: Educational Law Workshop on February 13

February 6, 2012 Leave a comment

 

Save the Date………Spread the Word!
Monday Workshop Series
at 
The Quad Manhattan

     Ask an Expert: Educational Law

Steven Goldstein, Esq.

February 13th 6:30-8:30 pm

 

Steven L. Goldstein. Esq primarily provides legal advice and representation to families of children with special needs and learning differences in New York City and statewide. Steven assists parents in their efforts to make their school districts and early intervention programs provide their children with appropriate educational and related services. Appropriate educational and related services often include, but are not limited to, placements in general education programs with support, placements in private special education schools, academic tutoring, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, social skills support, counseling, and transportation to and from school.
 Monday, February 13th,  6:30-8:30  pm.
The Quad Preschool and The Quad Manhattan
54 Reade Street at Broadway
$25 in advance, $30 at door

*Includes childcare for kids enrolled at The Quad
To reserve childcare, RSVP must be made by 2/9/12
Spread the word to educators, parents, or anyone who wants to learn more about this evidence based approach!
 

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No lawyer jokes here, please

I am currently working on a document that includes summaries of many special needs schools in the NYC area, including private schools. As many of you know, there is often a fight involved to get your child into an appropriate educational setting, and many times this necessitates a lawyer. With my son in 4th grade, we are headed toward this intersection because though we have made the CTT setting work in elementary school, we are certain that finding an appropriate middle school is going to be a much tougher task.

I encourage you to please leave your recommendations for special education lawyers in the comment section of this post so that others have a parent-recommended resource to consult in their search. As I continue working on my NYC schools document I will update this post with any lawyer recommendations I find or that are sent to me, so check back here often.