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  • Judge Rules Medicaid Age Limit for People with Autism Is Discriminatory
    Judge Rules Medicaid Age Limit for People with Autism Is Discriminatory

    State Residents Age 21+ with Autism Can Receive Medicaid Benefits for ABA Therapy Our very own attorney Tom Blessing recently achieved a significant victory on behalf of his son Connor and other adult ...

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  • Pandemic’s Impact on Students with Disabilities
    Pandemic’s Impact on Students with Disabilities

    Special Needs Child Services in the Age of COVID-19 Over the past year, Attorney Tom Blessing received countless phone calls from parents of special needs students whose schools had closed, suspended ...

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  • Feds Investigate Indiana Schools’ Use of Virtual Learning for Special Education Students During Pandemic
    Feds Investigate Indiana Schools’ Use of Virtual Learning for Special Education Students During Pandemic

    The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) has launched an investigation into reports that Indiana schools have not been complying with federal law in the provision of special ...

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  • Education Attorney, Tom Blessing, Represents Family
    Education Attorney, Tom Blessing, Represents Family

    In our August blog, “ Parents of Disabled Child Take Legal Action to Get Him Back in School ,” we discussed Attorney Tom Blessing ’s case concerning a severely handicapped boy at Hamilton Southeastern ...

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  • Special Education Is Left Behind by Distance Learning
    Special Education Is Left Behind by Distance Learning

    Some Students Left Behind School Districts Are Failing to Provide Sufficient Special Education Courses Through Distance Learning Schools were forced to think on their feet when it became evident that ...

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  • Parents of Disabled Child Take Legal Action to Get Him Back in School
    Parents of Disabled Child Take Legal Action to Get Him Back in School

    Attorney Tom Blessing represents the family of a disabled boy that filed a complaint with the Indiana Department of Education to get their son back in school. A family from Fishers, IN, has filed a ...

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