Bumping this thread up. I have no advice since we did not have to fight this hard for our services. One thought: can you get a 504 at least for the swallowing/ choking issue? Obviously it sounds like you need the IEP, but at least a 504 is a legal document requiring the school to make SOME accommodations for your kid.
Mom to ds1 (ASD) born 2004 and ds2 born 2007
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