A comprehensive list of legal aid organizations for you and your family
Graduating from high school and moving on to college, trade school or work is a busy and exciting time for all students and families. For students with disabilities, though, this period can be filled with many additional questions about the future.
When your child moves on to the next phase of life, your child’s legal status will change. According to the federal IDEA (The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act), your child now moves from the stage of Entitlement to the stage of Eligibility. Here’s where we explain the difference.
The goal of Transition Planning and Services is simple: go from school to college, work and community. The steps to plan and reach that goal can appear challenging. Transition 101 is here to break it all down and help you get started.
Everything you need to know on the law and processes involved when it comes time for a child to transition.
A new policy ensures that students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to try out for mainstream athletic programs.
Many school systems institute programs that can give any child – regardless of special needs – a chance to participate in high school athletics.