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ISSN: 1538-320
August 14, 2012


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Wrightslaw Yellow Pages for Kids with Disabilities

As the parent of a child with special educational needs, you represent your child's interests. You need to learn about your child's disability, educational needs, and your rights and responsibilities.

Let the Yellow Pages for Kids help you change your child's life for the better.

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Consult with a child psychologist, educational diagnostician, consultant, or advocate who can advise you about your child's disability, child development, and special education.

Use the state directory to look for an individual in the private sector.

Your advocate or consultant can make recommendations about your child's educational program and should be willing to attend school meetings to support these recommendations.

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We created a Yellow Pages User Guide to help you find useful information on the Yellow Pages site. The User Guide includes search tips and advice about how to get the education and training you need. You'll also learn how to find an attorney or advocate, how to build your team, and much more.


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