Special Education Law and Advocacy Conference in OKC

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Wrightslaw is coming to Edmond, OK, just outside of Oklahoma City on December 7, 2011!

Registration is FREE to parents, family members, and individuals who work with children with disabilities and are residents of Oklahoma. Out of state registrants are welcome, but will be charged for the cost of the books ($65).

This FREE training will take place at the University of Central Oklahoma. For conference details, click here. Can’t make it to OKC? Then check out the entire conference schedule. Hope to see you there!

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Donna

My Son was recently diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (Level 3) and ADHD and classified as “Multiply disabled”. Their school psychologist, school social worker and Director of Special Education Services also tried to discredit the PHD Clinical Neuropsychologist that gave my Son his 10 hour ADOS evaluation, diagnosis and classification. The school has agreed to continue with his 504 and add things to it but they have refused to give him an IEP evaluation. They said that they will give him a speech and an assistive technology evaluation but not an IEP evaluation.

Can they deny him an IEP if they refuse to give him an IEP evaluation? Can they deny an IEP evaluation if he has the diagnosis and classification of “Multiply disabled”