Making the Case: Legal Interpretations to Remember

Presentation Description : The session will describe the federal laws and relevant case law applicable to children with hearing loss. We will discuss the development of effective and legally defensible IFSP’s & IEP’s as well as the role of professionals in the process.

Three Learner Outcomes : The participant will be able to:

  1. State the laws relevant to providing appropriate supports and services to children with hearing loss
  2. Describe the legal interpretation of needed assessments and considerations for eligibility determination
  3. Describe relevant case law that increasingly defines the appropriate provision of services and supports

Making the Case: Legal Interpretations to Remember
$18.00 (individual viewers). This is a 45-minute webcast, not eligible for CEU clock hours. See group purchasing below.

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5 Workshop logins = $18.00 each or $90.00

10 Workshop logins = $15.00 each or $150.00

Speaker Information:

Bruce A. Goldstein, Esq. is senior partner with the law firm of Goldstein, Ackerhalt & Pletcher, LLC, in Buffalo, New York. He concentrates his practice in areas including Education Law and Disability Law. He is the father of two deaf daughters and is Past President of the Alexander Graham Bell Association of the Deaf. Mr. Goldstein instructed for 19 years at the State University of New York at Buffalo Faculty of Law and Jurisprudence. He is a member of Erie County Bar Association on Disability and the Western New York Disability Coalition. Mr. Goldstein is a past member of the New York State Developmental Disabilities Planning Council and co-author of the treatise Legal Rights of Persons with Disabilities: An Analysis of Federal Law. Mr. Goldstein graciously stepped in to replace Jay Pletcher as keynote speaker with our thanks.

Handouts that Come with this Webcast:

Summary of presentation handout (4 pages)