I’m a mother and a special-education advocate, and I have dyslexia. Many parents have confided in me that they had a “hunch” that something was not right with their child. More often than not, a parent’s hunch turns out to be correct.
As a part of my interview series about the things that should be done to improve the US educational system I had the pleasure to interview
It is not uncommon for a potential client to tell us they think their child needs paraprofessional support (sometimes thought of as a “one on
WHAT TO DO BEFORE THE MEETING With An Advocate Review Your IEP Goals A brief phone call or consultation to ensure you’re on the same