Renay Zamloot

Education Advocate

Advocating the rights of students with disabilities and their families

Renay Zamloot

Education Advocate

Advocating the rights of students with disabilities and their families



Advocating the rights of students with disabilities and their families


Advocating the rights of students with disabilities and their families
   

Advocating the rights of students with disabilities and their families

     

Advocating the rights of students with disabilities and their families

In the News:

Ms. Zamloot's work has been featured in numerous television news programs

NJ School Districts Accused of Retaliation Against Parents
This news video highlights the problem of NJ School Districts using the Department formerly known as DYFS (DCP & P) as a weapon against parents who advocate for services for their children with disabilities.
NJ Students with Disabilities Dangerously Restrained at School - Part 1
Rather than developing and implementing proactive, positive behavior supports, this news video reveals that many NJ school districts resort to the use of dangerous and dehumanizing restraining tactics on students with disabilities.
NJ Students with Disabilities Dangerously Restrained at School - Part 2
Hear from a parent whose son with autism was subjected to the use of dangerous restraint more than 20 times within one month, sometimes multiple times per day.
NJ Students with Disabilities Dangerously Restrained at School - Part 3
Using restraining tactics developed by a martial artist, NJ teachers and other staff are "trained" in the art of restraining students with disabilities. Because there is no safe way to physically restrain a child, there is no safe restraint training protocol. After attending a 5-day workshop on physical restraint, the participants go back to their respective school districts and "turnkey" the training thus becoming trainers of restrainers themselves.

The Use of Seclusion Rooms in NJ Schools
This news video reveals the use of tiny prison-like cells on students with disabilities in lieu of providing the appropriate behavior assessments and positive behavior supports.


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