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Special Needs

If you are reading this website chances are you are in the middle of a very difficult situation. Worrying about your child’s future can bring about an entire spectrum of emotions: fear, anxiety, frustration, anger, or even guilt.

If you are the parent or care giver of a child with a disability, then you understand the difficulty involved in helping a child learn and grow in a world that presents multiple challenges to him or her.

Your child’s future success is highly dependent on the quality of education he or she receives, along with the patience, fairness, and support of special education teachers. The Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) guarantees the right to a free and appropriate public education for children who have been diagnosed with special needs, including learning or physical disabilities, behavioral problems, or special aptitude. When these basic rights are not met, you need a special education lawyer who knows how to be an advocate for your child.

Do Not Give Up – Assert Your Rights!

We are talking about one of the most important people in your life —— your child. While you may be overwhelmed by your child’s special educational needs and the failure of the school authorities to adequately address those needs, real help and real solutions from a special education attorney are available.

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You and your child have very distinct and important rights relative to his or her education. Here at the Law Office of Dennis M. Schuster, we believe that problems exist to be solved, not to be feared.

We are dedicated to helping you solve your child’s educational needs. Contact us for our Special Education booklet.

What Sets Us Apart?

What sets us apart is the personal attention and professionalism with which we treat our clients. While each of our clients is unique, we approach them all with the same core values, beliefs and goals. Further, we want to establish a long term relationship with our clients advising them in any future legal needs they have that may impact their lives.