At Sussan, Greenwald & Wesler, we take the following precept to heart:
“All children and youth with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (IDD) must receive a free appropriate public education that includes fair evaluation, ambitious goals, challenging objectives, the right to progress, individualized supports and services, high quality instruction, and access to the general education curriculum in age-appropriate inclusive settings.” (Joint Position Statement of AAIDD and The Arc)
That’s why special education rights for children is a major focus of our Cranbury law firm.
Many parents also worry about what will happen when their disabled child reaches adulthood. The NJ Division of Developmental Disabilities assures the opportunity for eligible individuals with developmental disabilities to receive quality services and supports, participate meaningfully in their communities and exercise their right to make choices.
The attorneys at Sussan, Greenwald & Wesler are here to help you secure special education and other services to provide for your disabled child, now and into adulthood.