I regularly assess young adults who believe they have issues related to disorders that are typically diagnosed in childhood (e.g. ADHD, learning disorders, etc.).
If I have assessed your child, I will attend meetings via phone or skype at my hourly rate (I do not attend IEPs in person). If I have not assessed and diagnosed your child, then I have no business at any meeting about him or her.
Although I will provide recommendations as to what I know to be the best interventions and/or placement, I am not an attorney, nor am I the only one whose opinion matters when I am part of an IEP team.
Yes, I see many people who are homeschooling their children. I can not only assess and diagnose him (if applicable), but I will provide you with educational recommendations.
If you already believe that you know what is needed for your child, you do not need me. You need an attorney.
I do not bill insurance. However, because I am a licensed clinical psychologist, I am a health care provider and my services are tax deductible.