Meet Edie Bogaczyk - Just How Important is a Prior Written Notice?
April 16, 2022
TOGETHER WE CAN:
disability law SESSION
Here is an introduction to one of the experts you will learn from in our Disability Law sessions. Don’t forget, there is also an Exhibitor Fair with more than $1000 in prizes at our 10th Annual Together We Can Conference!
Edie Bogaczyk has worked as an attorney for 20+ years and has been an advocate her entire adult life. After working in a variety of non-traditional legal roles, Edie returned to the practice of law working full time in an area of disability rights that would fulfill the need for legal support for families in special education law. Edie and her husband David have an adult son and daughter. Their son was born with Prader-Willi Syndrome and has been a student with an IEP for the past fourteen years. He is currently participating in a 4+ Program.
DISABILITY LAW SESSION:
JUST HOW IMPORTANT IS A PRIOR WRITTEn NOTICE?
A Prior Written Notice (PWN) is extremely important – it is a guaranteed legal right to Parents and Guardians of students with an IEP. It is a procedural protection, a procedural safeguard under the Individual with Disabilities Education ACT (IDEA). This session will explain when a PWN should be received/requested, what it should include, and examples of potential violations.
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