Disability Law and Practice – Book One
- Professor Nancy Maurer; Simeon Goldman, Esq.
- Professor Bridgit M. Burke; Ronald M. Hager, Esq.; Professor Nancy M. Maurer; Tara L. Moffett, Esq.; Jennifer J. Monthie, Esq.; Karen S. Norlander, Esq.; Melinda R. Saran, Esq.; James R. Sheldon, Jr., Esq.; Jo Anne Simon, Esq.; Kathleen E. Surgalla, Esq.; Susan M. Young, Esq.
Special Education, Assistive Technology and Vocational Rehabilitation.
This title is part of the Disability Law and Practice Series.
2017 Recipient of ACLEA's 'Award of Professional Excellence' in Publication
Co-sponsored by the Committee on Continuing Legal Education and the Committee on Issues Affecting People with Disabilities of the New York State Bar Association.
Contents at a Glance
Ethical Issues in Representing Clients With Diminished Capacity / Making a Law Office Accessible / Special Education: Legal Requirements / Special Education: Challenging and Defending Special Education Decisions / Discipline of Students With Disabilities Attending Public Schools in New York State / Work, Assistive Technology and Transition-Aged Youth: Funding for Work-Related Assistive Technology Through Special Education Programs, State Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies, Medicaid, Medicare and SSI’s Plan for Achieving Self-Support / Vocational Rehabilitation Services for People With Disabilities / Disability Law: Internet Research and Resources
This is the first of a three-book series that together will provide a broad education in all aspects of disability law and practice. Each standalone volume focuses on a particular area of disability law and includes chapters on ethics and resources for the practitioner.
Book One in this series provides useful guidance in the areas of special education, assistive technology and vocational rehabilitation.
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- September 20, 2013
- 360 pages