Renee Erline

  • Hosted by Children's Law Center of DC
  • Sponsored by The Morrison & Foerster Foundation
  • Service location Washington, District of Columbia
  • Law school Georgetown University Law Center
  • Issue area Children/Youth, Education/Special Education
  • Fellowship class year 2010
  • Program AmeriCorps Fellows Program, Design-Your-Own Fellowship

The Project

For children with delayed development, providing appropriate services as early as possible has the greatest impact. Families have rights to individualized plans for services to ameliorate the child’s developmental problems. Despite available funding, D.C. serves the smallest proportion of young children in the U.S. Renee improved early intervention services in D.C. by representing families and enforced their right to quality and timely services; educating doctors, attorneys and community groups; and advocating for policy changes.

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