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  • Writer's pictureJune Vega

Do you answer yes to any of these questions?

Updated: Nov 2, 2021

  • Have you been told that your child does not qualify for Extended School Year (ESY)?

  • Your child qualifies for two group speech session a week when you feel that he/she needs more or might benefit from some individual sessions?

  • Has your school's IEP team failed to discuss the continuum of services prior to providing you with an offer of Free and Public Education (FAPE)?

  • Have you every walked away from an IEP meeting feeling frustrated and/or confused?

  • Do your child's goals seem to easy or too hard, in other words, are they not attainable?

  • Has your child experienced learning loss to to COVID-19?

  • Have you tried to advocate for services for you child but had you requests denied?

If you have answered yes to any of the questions above it might be time to obtain an advocate to help you navigate the the foundational principles of Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA). IDEA is the nation's federal special education law that ensures the educational needs of student with disabilities.

Please contact me if you would like to discuss your child's assessment results, their current services or placement or with any other questions that you might have. I look forward to helping families obtain the services that their child needs.

June Vega

714 504-2038

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