Understanding our rights for Special Education needs is a fundamental first step in gaining perspective on the challenges faced by those who need help the most.

On October 25 from 7-8pm, families of Woodbridge residents at  Fox Hill RunForest ViewEvergreen EastEvergreen Forest and Cloverleaf Gardens can glean rare insights by attending the Woodbridge Public Library’s presentation, “Special Education: Basic Rights”. This presentation educates families on the basic rights in education law, including the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and the applicable state provisions. It covers what is meant by a free and appropriate public educational, Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), Evaluations, Re-evaluations, compensatory education, and implementing basic rights in education when schools are closed.

To register for this event click on this link and while this event takes place in person, this is a hybrid event so if you do not feel comfortable attending in-person, the library will provide you a link for the Zoom stream. 

Join Attorney Tina M. James whose legal work focuses on estate planning and administration, guardianship and decision making, disability discrimination, and special needs planning for individuals with disabilities and their families.

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