Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Conference with Pete Wright, Esq. – Napa Valley
- Napa Valley Performing Arts Center Lincoln Theater
- May 19, 2017
- 09:00AM - 05:30PM
- $165 - $235
- Event Website
Pete Wright is coming to California! Don’t miss Supreme Court Winning Attorney and U.S. Leading Expert on Special Education Law, Pete Wright, on May 19, 2017 in Yountville, CA.
Preregistration is Required.
Registration closes Friday, April 28.
The Wrightslaw Special Education Law & Advocacy Conference will be held at the Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at Lincoln Theater on Friday, May 19, 2017. Conference hours are 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. The cost to attend is $190 for individuals and $235 for professionals. An early bird rate of $165 or $210, respectively, is available until April 21, 2017.
Preregistration by April 28 is required. An optional boxed lunch will be offered for $15. Each attendee will receive three of Peter Wright’s books, valued at $62.85. Professional attendees will qualify for CLE and/or CEU credit. Register online at http://www.lincolntheater.com.
The conference agenda covers a variety of special education and advocacy topics, including: special needs assessments and evaluations; determining progress vs. regression; age equivalencies; individualized education plans (IEPs); strategies for parents advocating for their special needs child, including developing a long-term game plan and coping with conflict and crisis; and much more. It will answer such questions as:
What rights do parents have in a child’s education?
Can the school do that?
How do I get more Speech, OT services?
What can I do for a child who’s fallen behind in Reading / Math?
Can the school say they don’t have the money to provide accommodations or resources?
Should the school pay for outside evaluations?
What is the school required by law to provide a child?
Can the school suspend my child for “behavior problems”?
How is my child really doing in school?
Does a child qualify for mainstreaming or inclusion (and what’s the difference)?
Can the school say a child needs medication?Visit Event Website for More Info