Special Education Due Process 101 – The Nuts and Bolts Click here to read Maria McGinley and Jackie DeVore’s article on special education due process. This article in the Autism Spectrum News provides an overview of parents’ and guardians’ legal rights when there is a disagreement regarding a child’s special education programming. #autism #complaint #disagreements READ MORE
In @lisaroznertv’s story, “Sudden Switch To Remote Learning Means Particular Challenge For Students With Special Needs,” Gary Mayerson provides his insights on why children with IEP need the right supports. Click here to see the story.
As part of The Science of Autism Talk Series, jointly sponsored by the SCSU Center of Excellence in Autism and the Yale Child Study Center Autism Center of Excellence, Gary Mayerson recently spoke about his book, Autism’s Declaration of Independence, and why promoting greater independence and self-sufficiency is so crucial.
Pretty much any student can graduate from the public education system. However, what steps can be taken to make sure that a student with the potential to do so has sufficiently acquired the functional skills for graduating to something that is personally meaningful and fulfilling for them? The transition to adulthood when IDEA’s educational entitlements READ MORE
Maria McGinley participated in the NYSBA’s Elder Law & Special Needs Section Fall Meeting (2020) on October 30, 2020. Maria spoke about OPWDD Program Basics and Eligibility and Key Tips for Your Clients, Special Education: How to Assist your Clients Issue Spot during Remote Learning and What Now? A Panel Discussion on Planning for the READ MORE