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My Child Entitled to a Personal Aide?
child has bipolar disorder. Because he has behavior problems, the
school sends him to the public library for an hour every day.
Not necessarily. This varies and depends on the facts of the case.
- I think you are asking the wrong questions. Read our article, Crisis!
Emergency! Help! to learn about long- and short-term planning
and how you may damage your child's case by assuming that you must
Behavioral Assessments: What? Why? When? Where? Who? Dr. Stephen
Starin describes problem behaviors, functional behavior assessments,
environmental manipulation, and qualifications and training of
articles, resources, caselaw, & publications about Discipline
you decide to request an aide after you read the articles above,
these articles will help:
How to Request a One-to-One Aide for Your Child. Parent attorney Wayne Steedman provides advice about aides and a game plan that includes evaluations and observations of the child. This article includes new NCLB requirements about education, training and duties of paraprofessionals.
Why You Should Request a Paraprofessional, Not an "Aide" by Suzanne Heath, Research Editor, Wrightslaw
Copyright © 1998-2018, Peter W. D. Wright and Pamela Darr
Wright. All rights reserved.
Copyright © 1998-2018, Peter W. D. Wright and Pamela Darr Wright. All rights reserved.