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  • Your child hasn’t been found eligible for special education services, but has been receiving low performing academic scores and/or has been identified as a “behavior problem”. You believe your child might need additional help to bridge gaps
  • Your child has been found eligible for special education services, but the services rendered have proven to be ineffective. Regression has occurred or progress has been stagnant
  • You are in disagreement with the districts evaluation/s and/or believe it to be incomplete and would like to request an Independent Educational Evaluation (IEE) at the districts expense
  • You are considering mediation or filing a due process complaint with the district because you believe there have been significant violations to your child’s rights under IDEA
  • Your child has been promised special education services and related services, accommodations and/or modifications that are NOT being rendered
  • You want a second set of eyes to review your child’s current IEP, 504 Plan, Behavior Intervention Plan and educational data
  • Due to behavior, your child is regularly removed from his or her educational placement
  • Due to behavior, your child is being recommended for a more restrictive environment and you want to make sure that’s an appropriate change
  • You are considering moving your child from private to public school or vice-versa
  • You would like to know more about the Florida Mckay Scholarship Program
  • You don’t want to attend school based meetings alone
  • You are interested in private testing; academic or psychoeducational

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