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  • Writer's pictureAdam Dayan, Esq.

Our Podcast 'Curious Incident' is Named as a Top 25 Podcast

Updated: Aug 7, 2022

When Adam Dayan started the podcast Curious Incident: A Podcast For Special Needs Families in January of 2022, he knew he wanted to provide a great resource to educate and help special needs families. What he didn’t realize was that it would almost instantly be acknowledged as a professional resource for its listeners.

FeedSpot, the ‘Internet’s Largest Human Curated Database of Bloggers and Podcasts,’ recently published their list of Best 45 Special Education Podcasts. They subtitled this blog as “The best Special Education podcasts from thousands of podcasts on the web ranked by traffic, social media followers, domain authority & freshness.”

Not only did we make the list, but we ranked #25!

At the Law Offices of Adam Dayan, PLLC, we are proud and appreciative of this recognition.

Curious Incident: A Podcast For Special Needs Families

The podcast began as a way for Adam, on behalf of his firm, to reach out to families and let them know there are programs, legal aid, and other assistance they may not be aware of that are available. It is a resource for parents whose children are struggling educationally and parents who are seeking guidance on the next steps to take. Listen to the trailer here to see what you can expect from each episode.

Understanding your child is the starting point for helping them achieve their educational potential. On the podcasts, Adam interviews experts in the field of special education. In the first episode, Understanding the Neuropsychological Evaluation, Adam speaks with Dr. Jennifer Oratio, a neuropsychologist who has evaluated and helped hundreds of special needs students. She explains how a neuropsychologist can advocate at school district meetings for recommended programs or services.

If you are interested in listening to or supporting the Curious Incident podcast you can listen to all our episodes on your favorite podcast player.

Adam Dayan, Esq.

As an undergraduate student, Adam’s research on autism sparked his interest in helping those with special needs. He graduated from Yeshiva University's Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City. He soon began his legal career with a firm known for its work in the area of special education law.

In 2009 he established his law practice that focuses on representing individuals and families with a wide range of special needs. His firm focuses on working with school districts to secure appropriate special needs programs on its clients' behalf.

Law Offices of Adam Dayan, PLLC

As a law office, we see what you are enduring every day, and we strive to be your child’s legal advocate for their education. Through creative problem solving and litigation when needed, we work with school districts to ensure you get the services your child needs.

Contact Us today to speak with our special needs attorneys who specialize in working with families with special needs children.


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