Having a child in school can be challenging, let alone having to advocate for the special needs of your child. It can be frustrating and confusing. Pediatric Interactions offers support and resources to help you navigate this process so you don’t have to feel alone on the other side of the table”. Lisa Morris has the training and experience to help you understand your child’s IEP, your rights, and how to communicate and make changes with your educational team. You are an integral part of this team and we’ll help you feel more confident and informed for these meetings. Please email us if you have questions about your child’s educational needs, any of the resources below or if you have additional questions.
Abridged Version: Parents’ Rights: Know your rights as a parent of a child receiving special education services: Educational Rights and Responsibilities: Understanding Special Education in Illinois
IDEA Special Education Statute and Regulations:
From Early Intervention (EI) to School and IEP:
Free training for families of children with special needs:
Search for an Advocate:
Local Special Education Law and Advocacy.Attorney: Law Offices of Charles P. Fox