We believe that the well-informed parent is a child’s best advocate.
We are here to support parents who may need assistance in advocating for their child.We offer consultation or direct assistance to parents to help ensure that communication with school personnel results an individualized educational program that meets their child’s needs.We support a collaborative approach that empowers parents to work together with school personnel.
Our approach seeks to avoid the pitfalls of poor communication and respects disagreement.
However, if disagreements arise we can assist you in pursuing solutions, by means of consultation, or direct assistance in negotiating on your behalf.
IEP Tip: “You don’t need an advocate. An advocate is going to create problems when none actually exist and make you worry. We’re here to do what is best for your child. Just trust us. ” What do you say when a school says one or all of the above? The reason most…
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