TIM SINDELAR, ESQ is a solo practitioner in Newton, whose practice focuses on the representation of children and adults with disabilities, including special education and other litigation concerning the rights of children to essential services such as education and health care. Mr. Sindelar also worked in legal services programs in Massachusetts, Nebraska, and West Virginia, as both an attorney and program director.
JANINE SOLOMON, ESQ is the Managing Attorney and Children’s Law Support Project (CLSP) Director at Massachusetts Advocates for Children (MAC).
CAROL SILVA is the founder of Guided IEP Solutions, a full-service special education advocacy and consulting company. Carol received her formal training from PCTI at the Federation For Children With Special Needs and ISEA at William and Mary Law School. She has directed the call center at the federation and participated in advocate panels at federation training. As a volunteer, Carol has provided pro bono advocacy services and served as an executive board member for the Special Education Parent Advocacy Network (SPAN). Today she splits her time between privately advocating, presenting workshops on a variety of special education topics, and running weekly support groups and IEP clinics for parents of children with mental health and behavioral challenges for Wayside Youth and Family Network.
A continuation of the discussion that started in August with an emphasis on developing issues such as transition-aged youth.
The webinar will be recorded and available after the presentation on the FCSN YouTube channel.