Advocacy Services

Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy

Parents, educators, advocates, and attorneys come to Wrightslaw for accurate, reliable information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities.

The Long Island Advocacy Center

The Long Island Advocacy Center, Inc. (THE LIAC) is a private not-for-profit agency dedicated to protecting the legal rights of students and individuals with disabilities.

Health Care Reform

Letter to Legislators

Learn more about the Health Insurance Marketplaces.

 


Canine Assistants

Service and seizure response dogs have a magical effect on their recipients. They assist with physical and emotional needs - enabling a person to achieve greater independence, confidence, and happiness overall. 


Online Directory (Blue Pages)

The Long Island Center for Independent Living, Inc. (LICIL) is a not-for-profit, non-residential advocacy center controlled by and serving persons with disabilities.


Education

Long Island Parent Center

Information and resources for parents of children with disabilities (and the professionals who service them) that promotes meaningful involvement in their education.

Aaron Gregory Riley Scholarship

Information and resources for parents of children with disabilities (and the professionals who service them) that promotes meaningful involvement in their education.

 


ON LINE TRAINING FOR PROFESSIONALS

Seizure Awareness Training for First Responders IA CECBEMS approved CE lesson.
Will award 1.5 hours of Continuing Education credits upon successful completion.
Non-credit lesson is also available.
Help Desk 877-435-9309
Click here to learn more. 

LITERATURE

Mighty Mike Bounces Back tells a story of courage, inspiration and commitment that is sure to appeal to many, but resonate especially with the millions of Americans living with epilepsy.

The story is co-authored by and based on the life experiences of Mike Simmel (“Mighty Mike”) who is a Professional Show Basketball player with the Harlem Wizards. It is a book about basketball and growing up with epilepsy.

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