After a former 61-year old teacher’s aide pleaded guilty to inappropriately touching a young special education student, he was sentenced to probation. The aide allegedly repeatedly committed these crimes from 2015 to 2017, when the victim was just 11 years old.
The victim’s parents became suspicious of the abuse when their daughter, who had previously enjoyed her classes, resisted going to school. According to the victim’s parents, the school took no action after the first alleged incident occurred.
What Can You Do if You or Someone you Love has Special Needs and was Sexually Assaulted?
If you or someone you love has an intellectual or physical disability and was sexually assaulted or abused, call Grant & Eisenhofer today at (855) 244-2031 to discuss your potential claim. We offer free consultations.
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