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Michelle R. Davis, M. Ed.

I can answer questions about disability definitions and criteria for services, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act 2004, No Child Left Behind, 504 plans, how to craft an IEP that drives the appropriate services, school placement, dispute options, and least restrictive environment. I worked in the public school system as a special educator and am now in private consulting practice where we assist parents as they navigate the special education process. I have expertise in all educational disabilities except blind/visual impairments and deaf/hard of hearing. This includes ADHD and other health impairments, medical conditions, dyslexia and learning disabilities, Autism, emotional disabilities, language processing problems, and interfering behaviors.

Tim Runner

Questions concerning special education: IEP, assessments, Due Process, mediation, resolution conference, federal law, state law, qualifying for services, residential treatment, special day classes, resource specialists, procedures, having your child assessed, adaptive PE, speech & language, non-public school, FAPE, and tuition reimbursement.

Holly Cihla

I am able to answer questions concerning portions of an IEP, classroom accommodations and supports, educational goals and objectives, transition portions of an IEP. I can also answer questions on behavior issues, help with behavior plans in both a classroom and home setting, some technology for Special Education students, and procedures for getting your child into services. I am versed in students with learning disabilities, behavioral/emotional disabilities, mild Autism and some physical disabilities. I am NOT certified in vision or hearing disabled so am unable to help in these areas. I cannot diagnose a disability, and can only advise in what I would do as a teacher or mother. If you are seeking a diagnosis, please see your family physician.

Richard Taylor

I am able to answer most special education question. I can answer questions about IEP's, time lines, educational needs, special education problems with districts, teachers, other students. I can answer questions regarding proper programs and educational practices. I am comfortable answering a variety of questions in relation to, not only special education, but education in general.

Dr. Norm Bishop

I have spent nealy 40 years in the area of Special Education. I have had the pleasure of teaching pre-school, elementary, middle, high school and college levels, as well as, served in school district administration buildings in classroom/legal support positions. I have also spent some time working in a State Department of Education Exceptional Student Services Office and am now currently Division Head and Director of Institutional Research at Alice Lloyd College in Pippa Passes, Kentucky. I also teach special education classes on campus. I have also taught full time teacher preparation at Northern Arizona University on the Tucson Campus, Seattle Pacific University, and at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, Wyoming. In addition to that I have taught adjunct at Seattle Pacific University, City University in Seattle, Ashford University, and Grand Canyon University.

Dr Manivannan

questions be relevant to special education in India particularly the field of visual impairment, status of education in India, technological availability and advancement, curriculum development

NLP Life & Learning Difficultiesl Coach

I will answer questions about difficulties with spelling, reading, writing, dyslexia, dyscalculia, ADD, ADHD, and advise how all of these can be reduced or eliminated with NLP and mental imagery.

Morgan Potts

I can answer most questions related to psychological evaluations including an explanation of the scores and the assessment measures. I can also answer most questions regarding special education eligibility, response to intervention (RtI), and recommendations and interventions for specific areas of disability including intellectual disability, learning disability, emotional and behavioral disorders, other health impaired, autism, and pervasive developmental disorder. I can also answer questions regarding Individual Education Plans (IEPs), and parent rights. I cannot determine if a child has a disability or not based on anecdotal information or assessment scores.

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2016-09-27 WPPSI-IV Evaluation:

That is great that she is adapting to school this year. One other option you might want to consider is a 504 plan. This would at least give her some protections if something does come up as well as an

2016-09-18 ABA through insurance:

Mary,  You are going to have to decide what is most beneficial to your son. I have clients that have benefited greatly from ABA and others that have not made much progress. But you won't know until you

2016-09-14 WPPSI-IV Evaluation:

Hi Tracy,  You are right that there is a lot of discrepancy between some of the scores. The verbal reasoning, working memory, and processing speed scores are all above average. Visual spatial and fluid

2016-09-09 Cse:

Lucille,  The federal law, IDEA, is very clear on this: IEPs must be scheduled at a date and time convenient to the parents. It goes on to say they must give you 15 day notice. Typically, they give the

2016-09-08 autism and learning difficulties.:

Hello to you, Sharon!    I'm confident that he WILL ever read and write.  You definitely shouldn't just accept this, because this is easily sortable out if one knows how.  Since I work exactly with cases

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