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Client Education



Parents Education Network 

San Francisco, CA

Parents Education Network is a coalition of parents collaborating with educators, students and the community to empower and bring academic success to students with learning and attention difficulties.

Center for Accessible Technology

Berkeley, CA

The CforAT provides access to computers and assistive technology software for people with disabilities.

Fast ForWord Learning (previously Brain Pro at Scientific Learning)

Research- based and cognitive-based remediation of slow processing and its impact on academic skills.  Easy to use computer based programs that can result in improvement in 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week.

General information about Learning Disorders

IEP/SST information

What's the difference between a 504 Plan and IDEA?


Wright’s LawParents, educators, advocates, and attorneys come to Wrightslaw for accurate, reliable information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities.


Community Alliance for Special Education (CASE) 

CASE advocacy staff, thoroughly trained in special education law, helps families and school districts work together when designing appropriate special education programs for students with disabilities, who are at risk for school failure, so they can succeed in school, get a job and become productive members of their organization in SF that will take on your child’s IEP. CASE provides these basic services: (1) Technical assistance consultations to families and professionals on special education rights, responsibilities and services regarding specific special education students or issues; (2) Direct representation at Individual Education Program (IEP) meetings, due process mediations, and administrative hearings if necessary on behalf of students with disabilities and their parents; and (3) Training on special education rights and services to parents so they to can better advocate for appropriate special education programs and services on behalf of children with disabilities. The CASE service model is based on the premise that the special education process is first and foremost an educational process. It should be collaborative, non-adversarial and student oriented. CASE methods empower parents so that they can effectively advocate for their children in the educational process. CASE services strive to prevent disagreements between parents and school districts from escalating to the need for court intervention.


Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund (DREDF)

Similar services to CASE.  Berkeley, CA

Assistive technology

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