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Because we need "Special Help" sweet-little-girl-bored-under-stress-with-tired-facial-expressionfor children who want to do better in school

Jane Windsor, attorney at Windsor Law LLC, in Sarasota, knows a little something about education law and the world of testing, learning, and assessments from the standpoint of a mother, teacher and attorney.

Jane's practice approach is to look at the problem as a mother first, a former teacher second and then as an attorney to guide her clients through the complicated maze of testing, learning, and accommodations.

  • "First, raising a daughter with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) taught me about the need for an accurate diagnosis followed by strategies for my daughter both in and out of the classroom." - Jane Windsor
  • Next, as a Hillsborough County classroom teacher, Jane learned many specialized teaching techniques to help her students achieve their goals and pass their standardized testing. She took time to learn about the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) to best advocate for her students.
  • As an attorney her approach is three-fold:
    1. Orchestrate the necessary testing for your child. No testing - no special help. Jane has an initial program offering for professional diagnostics. Find the learning process breakdown - find the key to the treasure! (Enthusiastic learning and testing success.)
    2. Navigate children, parents, schools and professionals on the path to academic success.
    3. Advocate when needed, using the legal channels to achieve desired results and/or maintain your child's academic progress.

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