Educational laws are in place to help protect our children and to ensure that they receive a “fair and appropriate public education”. What does this mean?  And how can I make sure that my child receives the help he or she needs to be academically successful? How do I navigate the process of developing an Individual Academic/Educational Plan (IAP/IEP)?

At best, the “legalese” is confusing. And while these laws exist to protect, actually receiving the full advantage of legislation requires incredible resources, both monetarily and with professional staffing. Many school systems are under intense pressure to minimize the outlay of resources.

Working with Atlanta Educational Consultants, you’ll have the support of a great team of special educators who will guide you through the process with ease. We can help guide you through the eligibility and IEP/IAP development process to ensure the best possible outcome for your child’s academic success.

Our Services include:
  • Review and explanation of educational law and children’s rights
  • Helping parents and child to understand the nature of the learning difference or behavior issue
  • In-depth review of academic record to date
  • In-depth review of standardized testing results and psycho-educational assessment
  • Working with the parents and school support team to develop IEP/IAP, 504 plans, and behavior management plans
  • Attending IEP/IAP meetings until an acceptable agreement is reached
  • Attending resolution and Due Process hearings advocating for the child’s rights
  • Recommendations for accommodations and modifications to IEP/IAP
  • Psycho-educational evaluation and tutoring referrals, both privately and through the school system
  • Referrals for treatment and therapy options
  • Recommendations for alternative educational placement, if necessary

Please note that we are not attorneys and that our services are not meant to replace professional legal advice. If the situation moves beyond our expertise, we will not hesitate to recommend attorneys who specialize in complex educational law.