Special Needs Law Attorney

Disability Consultation Services

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Understanding and accessing the various government programs can be unnecessarily complicated and unreasonably demanding. Whether you or your disabled loved one are new to Vermont or  are unsure about what services are available, contact our office to get assistance.

Transitioning to Adulthood Consultation

It seems that once parents finally understand the IEP process, their child is almost ready to graduate from school. With adulthood for a disabled individual comes a new learning curve of a different set of supports and services, each with their own eligibility requirements. As with everything to do with parenting a child with special needs,  knowledge and planning is everything.

An ideal time to start planning for adulthood is when your child enters high school, however, please contact our office at any time you need help with any of these topics:

  • Transition Plans
  • Medicaid
  • Guardianship
  • Legal Documents
  • Housing
  • Services & Supports
  • more

 Ms. Pringles is a frequent speaker on this topic and can present workshops for families and professionals. To request a workshop, please see our contact page.



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