Student Disability Advisor –

Being a disabled student should not set you apart from other students and should not negatively affect your education, especially when nearly one out of every five higher-education students is disabled. As such, state and federal legislation endeavors to create reasonable accommodations for disabled students to help them achieve their educational and career goals seamlessly. Unfortunately, though, many schools drop the ball when it comes to providing reasonable accommodations, creating excessive frustrations and difficulties for students and their families.

If your school is not recognizing or accommodating your disability, student disability attorney advisor Joseph D. Lento can help. Call Lento Law Firm today.

Disabled Student Rights in Georgia

Throughout the country, students have particular state and federal rights surrounding disability accommodations that must be given to them if requested.

Disability Accommodations in Georgia

Schools in Georgia are required to comply with state and federal disability laws. These laws mandate which disabilities qualify for accommodations and what accommodations must be made readily available for disabled students.

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is a federal law that requires Georgia's elementary and secondary schools to create individualized education plans (IEPs) for students with qualifying disabilities and provide them with reasonable accommodations.