Special education law seminar hosted by Vincent Smith School

Special education law seminar hosted by Vincent Smith School

The Vincent Smith School in Port Washington will host a free seminar–“Special Education Law Explained”–Saturday, Oct. 15 at 9:30 pm, presented by leading special ed attorney Christine Thivierge.
In this free, 90-minute lecture, Christina will explain the basics of federal and NY special ed law, how parents can advocate for their children or utilize professional expertise, and what resources are available for the different kinds of services that are provided under the New York special ed umbrella, with a special focus on learning disabilities like dyslexia and language processing disorders.
Christina Thivierge is one of Long Island’s top special education attorneys, focusing exclusively on the representation of children and adolescents with disabilities. Christina has presented on IDEA/IDEIA and other special education law topics for a number of organizations in the Tri-State area. In addition to successfully litigating due process matters on the state level, Christina has extensive Federal court experience and has argued and presented dispositive motions and matters of first impression.
RSVP required to reserve seat: https://vincentsmithschool.org/Calendar/Event/RSVP
The Vincent Smith School is at 322 Port Washington Blvd., across from the North Hempstead Country Club.
More info or to reserve by phone: 516-365-4900

No posts to display


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here