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If your child has special educational needs, and you are working to put an Individual Education Plan (IEP) in place, you want to take certain steps to ensure that you have effectively communicated what you want your child to achieve through the administration of the plan. This blog post sets forth ways that you can increase the likelihood that your concerns will be heard and that your child’s needs will be met.
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At Hornstine Law, LLC, we handle special education issues for people in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. To schedule a free initial consultation, contact our office online or call us at 215-568-4968 (in New Jersey at 609-523-2222).