Ventura Special Needs Law Attorney
Is Your Child Getting the Education They Deserve?
As the parent of a child with special needs, attorney Dan Robinson of Dan Robinson Law, P.C. understands well what parents like him are going through. If your child isn’t getting the education services they are entitled to by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), we can help you fight to gain opportunities for your child that the law provides for them.
We are focused and dedicated advocates for our clients, especially when it comes to this issue. Traditional methods of teaching can be ineffective and rife with barriers to learning when a child has special needs. We care deeply about this issue and strive to support parents and guardians when it comes to overcoming obstacles to a child’s education.
If you are experiencing difficulty or pushback in trying to assert your child’s right to special education services, reach out to us for assistance. Our Ventura special needs law attorney understands and appreciates how serious this issue is and can provide the aggressive representation you need when your child’s civil rights are violated.
Does Your Child Need an IEP?
An Individualized Education Program (IEP) is a written education plan that’s unique to your child with special needs if they are enrolled in a public school. An IEP outlines measurable goals that your child can reasonably accomplish in one year. These goals are crafted by taking into account your child’s strengths, areas for improvement, and – of course – how the plan can be enacted to accommodate your child’s special needs.
IEPs are drafted by a team that also reviews them on an annual basis to ensure that the special education program developed for a child is working.
This team consists of the following individuals:
- Parents or guardians (you)
- General education teachers
- Special education teachers
- Your child (in some cases and when appropriate)
- A representative who understands special education services and has the authority to commit them for your child’s benefit
- Anyone you invite who has special expertise or knowledge about your child (such as a doctor or social worker)
- Someone who can interpret your child’s results on evaluations
If you are being denied an opportunity to create an IEP for your child or have a conflict with your child’s school over how one is being implemented, please reach out to Dan Robinson Law, P.C. and our special needs lawyer in Ventura to get legal representation. We can help you fight to make sure your child has the best possible chance of
If a child in your life is being denied special education services that they qualify for, immediately seek legal assistance to help them get what they need. At Dan Robinson Law, P.C., we are dedicated legal advocates for clients who are seeking justice for those with special needs in their lives.
Reach out to us online to schedule a free initial consultation so that you can learn more about our experience and services.
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Federal Court Litigation Experience
Dan has extensive experience litigating cases in U.S. federal courts across the country and brings that experience to help his clients with special needs as well as his business law clients.
A Compassionate Ear
Because his son has special needs, Dan knows how it feels to have the odds stacked against you. His empathy for this situation is what encouraged him to fight for the individual and their rights.
Corporate Law Experience
Dan has experience with some of the biggest companies in the world who have retained him for his litigation services. He can utilize his experience to help you with your business's legal matters.
Our attorney doesn't just show up—he evaluates, does his research, and puts in the hard work to get positive results. Reach out today to begin the process and discuss your options.