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Special Education Attorney in Glendale, CA

This is the Law Offices of Tsadik Law where we provide your special needs children with legal aid if they aren’t provided a free and appropriate education (FAPE), as they are entitled to by the law. We represent our clients with professionalism, first rate communication and zealous advocacy of their interests. The duty of a Special Education Attorney is to guide and represent you through the process, attend the resolution session, mediation, and possibly the due process hearing.

Our attorneys are very accessible, and we can find a place to meet with you when we mutually agree to move forward. Our office is located near Glendale, California, and we have assisted many clients throughout California. Reach out to us right now at 213-677-0999 and we can have our first consultation, which will be no charge to you.

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Service Area:

Glendale


Phone:

213-677-0999


Email:

consult@tsadiklaw.com


Special Education Law in Glendale, CA

We understand that having a special needs child can come with different challenges for parents and guardians. Many families with a special needs child may feel overwhelmed with apprehension when it comes to their child’s education and development. It’s only commonplace parents feel concern about their child’s education, especially because of the complex laws regarding special education. Tsadik Law is here to help parents find solutions

Among the top priorities is learning about the educational and support services your child is entitled to by the law. Many regulations and laws have been written to ensure that schools provide special needs children with the appropriate education. Tsadik Law has years of experience, advocating for special needs children, to the school district to make sure the apt necessary support is given.

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Special Needs Lawyers Serving Glendale, CA

Tsadik Law has represented many cases in Special Education Law. We represent special needs children, who may not be getting the assistance they need to have an appropriate education at school. The main goal is to obtain the required educational services for disabled children. We hope in the process we educate families about their children’s rights and hold accountable the school officials to provide these necessary services.

The attorneys of Tsadik Law have years of involvement in Special Education law, and have an excellent track record of favorable outcomes. We also come prepared with the expertise to pressure schools to provide the required accommodations, and this knowledge came from working with hundreds of special needs children over the years; we know how to handle the school districts.

There are a myriad of complex regulations and laws regarding special education, and finding an attorney who is skillful in the field is essential. Tsadik Law has been specializing in Special Education for years and all this experience has been central to helping families through the legal procedures that are necessary to ensure their children get the proper services they are entitled to from their schools.


Special Education Rights in Glendale, CA

Many people are not aware of the regulations that were set up for special needs children to get an education. A great example would be the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) which became federal law in 1975. Initially named the Education for All Handicapped Children Act, the objective was to provision a free appropriate public education (FAPE) to children with special needs, and giving the parents the power to make certain decisions regarding the curriculum.

Even with these protective measures, legal guardians have found it hard to get the services and accommodations that their kid needs for an appropriate education. Tsadik Law specializes in representing families and fighting to gain the educational support and provisions that national and state law dictates.


Is My Child Eligible for IDEA?

There are benchmarks written in the law which determine who is qualified to receive IDEA services. A child must meet one or more of the eligibility criteria in the list below to qualify.

  • Multiple Disabilities
  • Specific Learning Disability (includes Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, and Other Learning Differences)
  • Hearing Impairment
  • Intellectual Disability
  • Other Health Impairment (includes ADHD)
  • Emotional disturbance
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Visual Impairment Including Blindness
  • Speech or Language Impairment
  • Established Medical Disability
  • Deafness
  • Orthopedic Impairment
  • Autism
  • Deaf-blindness
There are other factors which make someone eligible for IDEA, beyond being medically diagnosed by one of the above eligibility criteria. Legally, a child must have a disability which restricts their ability to access the curriculum, and as a result, would require special education to continue progressing with their education. You might be confused if your child qualifies to receive special education services, but don’t be worried, simply give us a call, 213-677-0999 for a free consultation. Tsadik Law can assist you in determining the eligibility of your child, and council you on the best course of action to get the education your child requires.


Services For Special Needs in Glendale CA

Do you have any lingering questions about the benefits of getting council from a special education attorney? Don’t hesitate to give us a call at 213-677-0999. You can speak to an experienced special education attorney during your free consultation, and find out what the next steps are for your child.

Here are some common problems a child with special needs may encounter at school:

  • Speech and Language Deficits
  • Social and Emotional Problems
  • Issues With Navigating the School Campus
  • Difficulty Concentrating and Focusing
  • Suspension and/or Expulsion
  • Dealing with Bullying
  • Inappropriate Classroom Placement
  • Lack of Behavioral Support
  • Lack of Behavioral Support
  • Lack of Support in the Classroom
As a guardian you have the right to file a complaint against your school district alleging infringement of state and federal education laws. The complaint will often be taken to mediation, however if it can’t be resolved a due process hearing will take place with an administrative law judge. Our attorneys are very responsive, and we often meet with our clients in person at a convenient location.


Frequently Asked Questions


How do you Qualify for Special Education in Glendale CA?

If your child has not been assessed yet, or if the school district has determined your child ineligible for special education services, then you can contact us 213-677-0999?. We will assist you obtain a reevaluation.


How can I ask for Special Education For My Child?

Has your child been diagnosed with any of the disorders listed, or do you believe that they may have one? If you answered yes, then your next course of action should be to get your child assessed by the school district. The school district is obligated to evaluate your child at no cost to you. Give a request to the school district to have your child evaluated, and keep a copy for yourself as a record. Once your child is evaluated, the next step will be to submit a written request to the school for an IEP meeting. The results of the evaluation will be given to you in the IEP meeting, and you will know the status of your child’s eligibility.


What if the Glendale School District Declares my Child Ineligible?

If the school district of Glendale, CA disagrees with your opinion on your child’s eligibility, there are several things you can do. You can have an separate evaluation for your child, which can be reimbursed by the school district after a legal process. Your other option maybe to contact an attorney who can file the due process request, and you will get a reevaluation for your child’s eligibility.

Give us a ring at 213-677-0999 to get the process started today.