Special Education and the Preschool-Aged Child
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Whether your child has long been receiving Early Intervention therapies and has a diagnosed disability or if their delays are only just now being identified, you may be wondering: How do I even approach finding the right preschool program for my special needs child? From evaluations and school tours, to IEP meetings and due process appeals, special education law veteran Regina Skyer will explain your child’s right to receive a free, appropriate public education.
Regina Skyer became an attorney for the sole purpose of representing special needs children and their families after a 15-year career as a social worker and school administrator. After a short stint working for the NYC Board of Education, she founded The Law Offices of Regina Skyer & Associates, LLP in 1992, which is the premier special education law firm in New York City today. Regina is the author of How to Survive Turning Five: The handbook for NYC parents of special needs children (2015). Visit www.skyerlaw.com to learn more about her practice.