Attorney Berliner is following the Governor’s guidelines for the COVID 19 Outbreak. To protect your safety, Attorney Berliner is not working in the physical office space of Westport or Guilford. However, please be assured that our office is “open” virtually to manage and address all clients’ and potential clients’ concerns regarding all special education law and advocacy matters. Please call our office with a detailed message at: 203-255-0582 or e-mail: and we will return your call or e-mail promptly to set up a phone conversation or a video conference. To address the “New Normal” and ongoing issues, we are pleased to conduct Zoom webinars with the Stamford JCC entitled, Empowering Parents: The Challenging Time of Covid -19 Health Emergency and Navigating the Road Ahead. For more information and to register, please visit our Facebook page, Stay safe and healthy!

Webinar: Empowering Parents During COVID-19 Special Education

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Tuesday, Jun 30th, 7:00pm - 8:00pm
June 30th 7:00 p.m. Webinar "Empowering Parents During COVID-19: Special Education" 

Co-hosted with the Stamford JCC (Stamford, Connecticut) 


Attorney Lawrence Berliner, CT Special Education Law 

Jane Faherty, Director, JumpStart at the Stamford JCC 

Meghan Cave, BCBA, LBA, and Co-Founder, The Hangout Spot LLC (Fairfield County CT & Online) 

Register here:


• Your child’s basic special educational rights at this time
• PPT Meeting: How and When to obtain a PPT meeting
• Parent’s role: How to Observe and Document your child’s educational performance at home
• Compensatory Education and Strategies when school reopens

Co-hosted with the Stamford JCC (Stamford, Connecticut).

Email your questions for the Q&A to Rachel Berliner at rachel [at] berlinerspecialedlaw [dot] com

We are a community of concerned parents and we are all learning how to connect in order to get through these difficult times together. In the coming weeks ahead, Attorney Lawrence Berliner will be moderating a series of webinars with guests, to address this unprecedented environment of distance learning and its impact upon your child’s special education. We will discuss new strategies, special ed law issues as they evolve, address your questions and frustrations, and hopefully some successes, too.