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Education Advocate, and Consultant


A special needs education advocate and consultant provides guidance and support to families, educators, and professionals to help ensure that neurodiverse students with special needs receive the appropriate education and services they need to thrive.

Our team is experienced in supporting individuals with a range of neurodiverse conditions, including Autism, ADHD, LD, Executive Function, and behavioral issues. We offer training, guidance, and support in areas such as Individualized Education Plans, accommodations, placements, and available services for both students and adults with disabilities.

Our organization’s mission is to empower students and young adults with disabilities through advocacy, education, mentorship, training, and action. Your special education advocacy, consultation, and training services will be helpful for individuals with special needs, their families, businesses, and professionals to access the education, accommodations, and services they need to succeed in life

Individual Education Plan (IEP)
An IEP, or Individualized Education Program, is a written plan outlining the special education and related services specifically designed to meet the unique needs of a student with a disability.

The process of getting an IEP or 504 Plan evaluation typically involves contacting your child’s school and requesting an evaluation. The school will then conduct assessments to determine if your child qualifies for special education services or accommodations under a 504 Plan. It’s important to work closely with the school and provide any relevant information about your child’s needs and challenges.

FAPE stands for Free Appropriate Public Education, which is a legal term used in the United States to describe the education that is provided to all children, including those with disabilities, without cost to the family and in accordance with their individual needs.

IDEA stands for Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. It is a federal law in the United States that requires public schools to provide special education and related services to students with disabilities.

Special Education Rights refer to the legal entitlements that children with disabilities must receive individualized education and related services that meet their unique needs. These rights are protected under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and ensure that children with disabilities have access to a free appropriate public education (FAPE) in the least restrictive environment possible.

An Individualized Education Program (IEP) current level of performance is a statement that describes a student’s present level of academic achievement and functional performance, including how the student’s disability affects his or her involvement and progress in the general education curriculum. It is used to guide the development of appropriate goals and objectives for the student’s education.

An IEP Progress Monitoring is a process used to track a student’s progress towards their Individualized Education Program (IEP) goals. It involves collecting data on the student’s performance and using that information to adjust instruction and interventions as needed to support their continued progress.

Yes, that is correct. A manifestation determination is a meeting between parents and school staff to review information about a student with an IEP and determine if their behavior was caused by or related to their disability.

Yes, we can and will attend school meetings with your child’s teachers/admins, case carriers, IEP, 504 Plan meetings, and manifestation hearings. With your consent, we can communicate with the school directly on you behalf.

Yes, with your consent, and collaboratively, we can make the necessary arrangement with the school/district to observe your child in their learning environment.