Resources for Autism

I get questions all the time about resources for students with Autism from a patient and compassionate hairdresser to better in-home services, and of course, school suggestions. I do not have a partnership, nor am I endorsing any one of these resources, but merely offering a place to collect and disperse the information. Let me know if you have anything to add or comments about what was already listed! Autism Speaks Resource Guide--> Offers state-by-state

Quick Guide-Other Useful Updates

This is NOT an exhaustive list nor legal advice. This is round 3 of the series! If you are looking for more new laws, check out the previous post on family law HERE.  If you are looking for information more relevant to education law, check HERE. If you have questions about how these laws may impact you and your family, feel free to reach out to Harmening Law! Catch-all: This is the post with information that may

Quick Guide-Education Law Updates

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This is NOT an exhaustive list nor legal advice. This is round 2 of the series! If you are looking for more new laws, check out the previous post on family law HERE. If you have questions about how these laws may impact you and your family, feel free to reach out to Harmening Law! Overlap: There are a few things that are really important for families to know, and overlap with my last post.  Those include

Quick Guide-Family Law Updates

This is NOT an exhaustive list nor legal advice. If you have questions about how these laws may impact you and your family, feel free to reach out to Harmening Law! Adoption Forms: (Finally) Gender neutral! Asthma: The school nurse is allowed to keep asthma medication at school prescribed to the school name. Breastfeeding: A mother can be excused from jury service (upon request) if currently breastfeeding. Car Seat: Child under 2 must be in a rear-facing car

Avoid Legal Fees–Follow the Order for Holiday Visits

Avoid Legal Fees–Follow the Order for Holiday Visits I personally love Christmas–all the lights and decorations feel so warm and exciting.  That aside, many people find it stressful and difficult to manage, especially when multiple families are involved. Quick Tips for Holiday Success in a Divided House: Plan ahead! Know exactly what time your child(ren) need to be at one house or the other.  For example, if an Order or Agreement says “5:00 at Dad’s”–who