I would speak to a qualified disability attorney in Sacramento to discuss your son's rights. The ADA is a very complicated statute and you need to get advice from a qualified professional.
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The Learning Rights Center in Los Angeles represents children with IEPs. I don't know if they represent clients as far north as Sacramento or adults like your son, but you can contact them and see if they do, or to whom they can refer you.
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