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As school districts focus more intently on school safety issues, it is imperative that the actions and precautions taken reflect consideration of students with disabilities — for both the safety of students and compliance with the law.

Attorney Brandon Wright will give you both practical and legal guidance as he takes you through the threat assessment process for students with disabilities: how a threat assessment intersects with students' rights under the IDEA and Section 504; how a threat assessment team may need to consider a student's disability throughout the threat assessment process; and what steps educators must take to ensure students' safety while at the same time complying with the law.

You’ll learn when and how a school can require a threat/psychological assessment, with a focus on actions educators should take to prevent potential threats. Plus, you’ll leave with best practices to:

  • Prioritize issues in school safety and how they affect students with disabilities
  • Manage safety concerns for students with disabilities during a crisis
  • Engage students with disabilities when planning for school safety and security
  • Proactively identify and intervene in mental health crises to prevent larger problems
  • Individualize a threat assessment so it addresses the student’s needs
  • And more

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$250 per connection until October 13

$270 per connection from October 14 - October 20

Additional Site:

$115 per connection Now to October 20

Insufficient related services. Not updating services. Failure to consider all areas of need. Your district faces a plethora of potential missteps when determining and providing related services for students with disabilities — and each one could lead to legal challenge.

Get related services right with guidance from attorney Pamela Leist, as she explains what is and is not a related service under the IDEA and Section 504, and what related services your district must provide to comply with both laws.

You’ll not only learn how to properly determine what related services may be necessary for a particular student, but also when and where they need to be provided. You’ll also go beyond the educational day to identify additional related services needs, such as parent supports, extracurriculars and field trips.

Along with a review of case law, you’ll get practical strategies to adequately support students, including how to:

  • Individualize related services to meet a student’s unique needs
  • Determine when to add and remove services – and how to do it
  • Properly document the provision of related services
  • Guide discussions about related services needs and obligations with parents and team members
  • Avoid legal pitfalls in drafting IEPs and 504 plans to include related services
  • And more!

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