Clinic for Parents with Special Needs Children

Upcoming Seminars

Back to School – Advocating for the Child with Special Needs

July 27, 2016 , 7 – 9 p.m. Briarcliff Hilltop Building
Communicating with teachers and doctors for the best IEP. Class size limited. Please contact Virginia Cullan for more information and to register. Virginia@cullan.net or (816) 756-0423.

Social Security Assistance for Disabled Children (Class size limited)

August 31, 2016, 7-8:30 p.m. Briarcliff Hilltop Building, S.
Please contact Virginia Cullan for more information and to register. Please contact Virginia Cullan for more information and to register. Virginia@cullan.net or (816) 756-0423.

Previous Seminars

  • Thank you for attending The Law Requires Individualized IEPs, Saturday, June 14, 2014 at Courtyard Marriot at Briarcliff, 4000 North Mulberry Drive, Kansas City, MO 64116

Ethics for Lawyers
Next Free Ethics Seminar Tentatively Scheduled: October 20, 2017
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Parents of Special Needs Children
The Law Requires Individualized IEPs - A clinic for parents of children with special needs.
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Free Pediatric & Newborn CPR
The next available CPR classes are on July 23 and September 17.
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Cullan & Cullan
4900 Main St, #310
Kansas City, Missouri 64112
Phone: (816) 861-7600
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The Kansas City personal injury lawyers at The Law Offices of Cullan and Cullan M.D., J.D. are medical doctors as well as highly skilled attorneys. They use their medical expertise to more effectively represent victims of serious injury and wrongful death.

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