- Attend meetings at school with you to:
- Make sure you understand the information presented.
- Exercise your rights.
- Negotiate with your school district.
- Present a plan and supporting evidence for what your child needs and why.
- Communicate on your behalf with school district personnel (after you have signed the required waiver).
- Attend independent evaluations.
- Conduct observations of your child in the educational environment.
- Coach you to apply strategies which facilitate development of your child’s communication.
- Review speech and language evaluations from school providers and independent evaluators.
* This excludes any legal proceeding including hearings at the Bureau of Special Education Appeals.
Serving Students with Disabilities or Suspected Disabilities
- developmental delay
- intellectual impairment
- sensory impairment -hearing/vision/deaf/blind
- neurological impairment
- emotional impairment
- communication impairment
- physical impairment
- health impairment
- Specific Learning Disability 603 CMR 28.02
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