DOJ Continues to Enforce the Right of Children to Bring Service Dogs to School

By |October 27th, 2015|

More and more children with disabilities are benefiting from service dogs. Some children have service dogs who alert them to the presence of allergens. Some service dogs alert to an oncoming seizure. Still other service dogs are trained to interrupt self-injurious behavior, provide stability for children with mobility impairments, or prevent the child from running away. Service dogs help children with disabilities develop independence they would not otherwise have. When children use service dogs, the law allows them to be accompanied by their service dog, even in school

Special Education Training Opportunity

By |September 4th, 2014|

SpEdCT will soon be holding its annual “What You Need to Know About Special Education," a seminar for parents and professionals. This year, as always, the series will be packed with

Attorney Ghio to Present at the 2012 Autism Spectrum Disorder Summer Institute

By |July 24th, 2012|

The University of Saint Joseph is once again offering the Autism Spectrum Disorder Summer Institute. Attorney Ghio will be one of many speakers during this four-day program is designed

Weekend Retreat for Parents of Children with Disabilities

By |April 25th, 2010|

A Weekend Retreat for Parents of Children with Disabilities will be held from May 14 to May 16, 2010 at the Guest House Center in Chester, Connecticut. Organized by Education Organizer, LLC, the retreat aims to “provide relaxation, reflection, and personal growth for parents facing the extraordinary stresses of raising a child with a physical, cognitive, or emotional disability.”
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