mié, 01 sept | Online Event, Webinar

Legal Help w/ Special Education Atty Matthew Storey

Matthew Storey became a special education attorney because he saw firsthand the struggles his family went through navigating the education system for his sibling. He believes understanding your rights, and how special education works is a priority!
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Legal Help w/ Special Education Atty Matthew Storey

Time & Location

01 sept 10:00 – 11:00
Online Event, Webinar

About the Event

About Matthew Storey In His Own Words...

"I became a special education attorney because I saw firsthand the struggles my family went through navigating the education system. When you know something is wrong, it can be daunting and sometimes feel impossible to make the necessary changes to provide our children with an appropriate education. This can feel even more so when up against a school with unlimited resources.

My goal has always been to put parents on equal footing with schools and provide effective representation. To that end, we have experience from due process, to the federal district court, and have argued before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

We also believe that understanding your rights, and how special education works is a priority and spend a significant amount of time providing free trainings to the community. I have also had the pleasure of teaching at the special education program at USD School of Law, and the graduate program for school psychology at Brandman University.

I received my B.A. in Political Science and International Relations from the University of California at San Diego and Juris Doctorate from Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Prior to that I served in United States Air Force. I live in San Diego with my wife Alina, and two boys Lucas and Logan.

Getting Past The 'No' Webinar Series

Our B.R.I.D.G.E. Project team has worked diligently to put this series together and we are excited for you to see the many topics from a variety of speakers.

All of our services are free of charge to all people with a disability regardless of the type of disability or age. Access to independence is committed to community integration and advocate on systemic issues in order to create barrier-free communities.

About The B.R.I.D.G.E. Project

B.R.I.D.G.E. stands for bridging resources into diverse groups everywhere and the project is a collaborative project between A Better Life Together Inc. (ABLT, Inc.) and the San Diego Regional Center. The project is funded by the State Of California Department of Developmental Services.

If you'd like to learn how the B.R.I.D.G.E. Project team can assist you in accessing services through the regional center, contact us today - visit our website https://www.abetterlifetogether.org/b...​ to get the services you're eligible for!

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