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Audio Conference At-a-Glance
Thursday, March 9, 2017 • 12 – 1:30 p.m. ET One-to-One Aides for Students With Disabilities: Addressing Key Compliance Issues Presented by Melanie D. Larzul, Esq.
Special educators, and entire IEP teams, often face the difficult task of determining whether or not a student requires a one-to-one aide as part of their IEP plan ó a consideration that needs to incorporate many factors in order to avoid potential legal and practical consequences. .
Attorney Melanie D. Larzul will take you and your teams through the latest cases to provide practical strategies and tips to address common questions that arise during this part of the IEP process.
Learn about the specific steps an IEP team should take when determining whether or not a student needs a one-to-one aide and whether itís necessary for FAPE
Gain insights on potential alternatives and pointers to determine if another option best fits the studentís needs
Find out how to recognize when a student has become dependent on a one-to-one aide
Discover best practices to communicate with the studentís parents to avoid legal issues and serve the student most effectively
Melanie D. Larzul is the Office Managing Associate at Fagen Friedman and Fulfrost LLP's Oakland office and co-chair of the firm's Student Services & Special Education Practice Group. She advises school districts, county offices of education, and special education local plan areas statewide regarding all aspects of special education law. Ms. Larzul regularly represents clients in IEP meetings and in forums such as the Office of Administrative Hearings, the California Department of Education and the Office for Civil Rights.