Introduction to Parental Rights Under Special Education Law

Oregon Public Library, Easterseals, Equip for Equality, and Florissa Present:

Introduction to Parental Rights Under Special Education Law

With special attention to advocating for services to address regression during remote learning.

Presented by Mike Shea, Senior Attorney, Equip for Equality. Mike has been an attorney in EFE’s Special Education Clinic for seven years. He is also the father of an IEP student with autism and the husband of a special educator/developmental therapist.

Thursday, May 13, 2021
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Oregon Public Library
300 Jefferson Street • Oregon, IL 61061

Oregon Public Library will be following CoVid guidelines for a limited in-person meeting.
ZOOM will be available for virtual participation.

Please register with Patti Mook via email:

If you are joining us via Zoom, a Zoom Meeting link will be provided when you register with Patti Mook.

If you would like to download the pdf flyer version for this information: “Introduction to Parental Rights Under Special Education Law“.

This FREE program is brought to you by your friends at Oregon Public Library, Easterseals (Serving Chicagoland and Greater Rockford), Equip for Equality, Florissa, and TAP* (The Illinois Autism Program),  and Kreider Services.

*Funding provided in whole or in part by The Autism Program of Illinois and the Illinois Department of Human Services.

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