Date and Time: Wednesday, 11/30, from 6-8pm
Location: Lydian Academy Burlingame, 205 Park Road, Burlingame, CA 94010
Presenter: David Tollner, Esq. (https://specialeducationcounsel.com/)
Please join us tomorrow evening (Wednesday, 11/30 @ 6pm) for a very special community education event, as we welcome a long trusted colleague and respected Special Education attorney, David Tollner, to Lydian Academy to do a presentation for all parents and families on the ins and outs of the IEP process.
David brings to his practice his trial experience as a litigator, unique knowledge of the special education process and services, and a formidable passion for supporting children with disabilities. David has served as Executive Director of Pacific Autism Center for Education (PACE) and Rebekah Children's Services, and subsequently opened Tollner Law Offices in 2007. He has built his firm into one of the largest disability law firms in Northern California, serving children and adults with special needs.
This event is open to all community members, so you do not need to be a current Lydian Academy family to benefit from this event. This is a FREE event and there are still seats available, but please RSVP as soon as possible at the EventBrite link here to secure your spot:
More about David Tollner:
David brings a unique and valuable background to his special education law practice. After thirteen years as a litigator of general business cases that included many trials, arbitrations and mediations, David took on the challenge of serving as Executive Director of Pacific Autism Center for Education (PACE), a large special education school and residential program for children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in Sunnyvale, California. It was at PACE that David learned the language and process of special education, specifically as it relates to autism and its many treatment methodologies. After PACE, David became the Executive Director of Rebekah Children’s Services (RCS) in Gilroy. RCS treats children with mental health disorders, and its special education school for children with emotional disturbance (ED) was among the best in the valley.
David is also familiar with a host of non-public schools and other specialized programs and therapists in Northern California. This knowledge has been central to his success as a special education attorney, as it allows him to assist his clients in answering what is often the most difficult question: “What does my child need?”
David will help you find the right private school for your child (at district expense where appropriate) or assist you in making the district’s school program the best it can be for your child.
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