Webinar July 12: Bridging the Gap - Securing Funding While Awaiting DOE Payout
Updated: Jun 30
For students with unique academic, social, or emotional needs, a private special education school may be the answer. While parents can seek tuition funding from the DOE, they must often front the entire cost from their own pockets, and then wait months - or years - to receive any reimbursement. Fortunately, there is a resource to help offset the high cost of private special education.
This event will be hosted by HFLS Special Education Program Coordinator Ivy Ip and Special Education Attorney Adam Dayan, Esq. of The Law Offices of Adam Dayan, PLLC.
When? July 12, 2022, 6:00pm-6:30pm EDT.
Who Should Attend:
Parents of New York City Special Needs students that are anticipating approved funding of a private education placement by the NYC Department of Education.
What You Will Learn:
The process and timeline for pursuing private school special education tuition reimbursement from the Department of Education, and
How the Hebrew Free Loan Society can help make special education more affordable for low- and moderate-income families in the NYC area.
We'll discuss the process and timeline for pursuing tuition reimbursement from the New York City DOE and how HFLS can help make private special education more affordable for low- and moderate-income families in the NYC area.
Adam Dayan, Esq.,
Special Education Attorney,
Law Offices of Adam Dayan, PLLC
Special Education Program Coordinator,
Hebrew Free Loan Society
This webinar is free to New York City parents of special needs students.
Or visit this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-feck1O4TACqJ43j0G6C1g