It's back-to-school time across the nation, which means new Individual Education Programs for students with special needs. As some of our more frequent readers may remember from our post on the subject at the beginning of this month, coming up with the best IEP for a child usually requires the help of administrators, teachers and parents. But in cases of divorce, this may be far more difficult than you think.
Being told that your child has a disability can be an overwhelming diagnosis to hear, especially when you learn about all of the things that go along with it. Your child may require disability benefits through the Social Security Administration, long-term medical care, or special rehabilitative services. If your child is school age, there are other things to consider too such as transportation to and from school and their education.