• Provides free educational advocacy services for Jewish children with special needs, from birth to age 21
  • Listens to concerns and helps parents help their children
  • Assists over 200 families to navigate the special education system each year
  • Works with parents to prepare for IFSP and IEP meetings and will accompany them to these meetings
  • Educates parents about their legal rights (does not provide legal counsel)
  • Offers information, resources and referrals
  • Maintains confidentiality at all times
  • Serves as the family relations arm of the PEN Project

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