Child Safety and Education

A multi-chapter resource by Theresa Lynn Sidebotham, Esq. and Dr. Brent Lindquist about the trauma caused by child sexual abuse.

Parents (and even educators) are often confused about the difference between a 504 plan and an IEP, and when each is appropriate. To choose between them, first the school and parents must find out whether the student has a disability as defined by statute. Then, they must decide what the school’s educational obligations are under each statute. The school must meet its obligations to provide a student with a disability the appropriate educational support. Finally, parents should know that their rights are different under each statute.

"When a missionary's child is being emotionally damaged, it is not the right time to continue without making changes."

Link to the pdf of the Imprint from the bimonthly magazine of the Narramore Christian FoundationPsychology For Living, March-April 1999 Vol. XLI No. 2 ...Read More →

Learn more about the definition of a Resolution Session and access our clickable chart on educating children with disabilities. Let us help you navigate the maze!

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Learn more about the definition of a Prior Written Notice and access our clickable chart on educating children with disabilities. Let us help you navigate the maze!

Learn more about the definition of a Multidisciplinary Team and access our clickable chart on educating children with disabilities. Let us help you navigate the maze!

Learn more about the definition of a Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) and access our clickable chart on educating children with disabilities. Let us help you navigate the maze!

Learn more about the definition of Informed Consent and access our clickable chart on educating children with disabilities. Let us help you navigate the maze!

Learn more about the definition of an Impartial Administrative Hearing under Section 504 and access our clickable chart on educating children with disabilities. Let us help you navigate the maze!