Applied behavior analysis focuses on the concepts which explain how learning takes place. Positive reinforcement is an important principle. When a behavior is followed by some sort of reward, the behavior is much more likely to be repeated. After decades of study, developments in the field of applied behavior analysis have yielded many new techniques for increasing useful behaviors […]
What SEIT and what SEIT services are available? Special Education Itinerant Teacher (SEIT) services provide help to children from a special education teacher in a natural setting, such as a nursery school, summer camp or the child’s home. Serving children and families. SEIT services are provided by a certified special education teacher who: Implements the […]
This blog is so important for parents if your school district takes away your child’s ABA or Speech & Language services. If your school district takes away your child’s ABA or Speech at the transfer or Annual Review please call me immediately at 631-276-3027. You need to call me before the end of June so […]
You want an advocate who not only understands your concerns, but Special Ed law. Having an advocate at your CPSE/CSE meeting will quickly calm your anxiety. All it takes is a simple phone call to help your son or daughter receive the appropriate placement, IEP goals, and related services. Is your school district giving your […]
My question to you is, why pay expensive retainer fees? Parent attorney’s demand retainer fees of $5,000 or more at a rate of $400 per hour. This can be beyond hard to afford for most parents. My fees include reviewing all your child’s educational documents, preparing for the Committee on Special Education (CSE), then in-turn attending […]
This is my favorite Blog and both my youngest son and I have auditory processing delays. Dr. Geffner has been working with my son Scott for the past 6 years and he has made substantial progress in both Auditory Processing and Speech & Language. Dr. Geffner saved my son’s life. Many schools don’t understand Auditory […]
Speech & Language is so important to develop receptive and expressive language skills. District’s are cutting back on Speech & Language services to save money. Without Speech & Language Services, my son wouldn’t be able to keep up in the classroom.