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10 Questions
to Ask When Hiring An Advocate

Hiring an advocate is a big decision.  These 10 questions help you find out the information you need to choose the advocate that is right for your family. 

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Let's get your dyslexic child the
Services and Support
they need to 
Learn And Thrive

in school!

Do You Suspect Your Child Might Have Dyslexia?

Is your bright and capable child falling behind in school?

Does your child have difficulty with reading and/or spelling?

Is homework a nightmare often ending in tears?

Are you afraid your child won't be able to meet grade level expectations?

That was Lorraine's story too.  

Listen as Lorraine explains her personal journey that inspires our professional mission. 

How a Professional Dyslexia Advocate Can Help
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Getting your child the services and support they need in school can be daunting, stressful, complex, and time-consuming.

A Certified Dyslexia Advocate can help:

  • understand your child's unique needs and uncover what is keeping them from reaching their full potential

  • create a custom educational plan that will work best for their unique learning profile

  • build relationships and facilitate conversations at school meetings to get desired results

  • provide guidance an support to parents as we work together to resolve any conflicts

  • work tirelessly to obtain the appropriate special education support and services your child needs to succeed 

Not Sure Where to Start? 

The best place to start is with a conversation.

Advocacy is a personal journey.  Everyone's trip is a little bit different. 

 

For that reason, the best advocacy services are personalized just for you and your family. 

 

Let's get to know each other through a conversation so that you know exactly what step to take next!

Hiring the Right Advocate for Your Family

10 Questions
to Ask When Hiring An Advocate

Choosing the right advocate can make all the difference in your child's future. 

That's why it is important to ask all the right questions.  

Review our free download, then schedule a time for us to talk.  We are here to answer all of your questions and determine how we can help!

What Our Clients Say

 I have worked with several advocates and Lorraine is by far the most competent and effective advocate to get students the services they need. Lorraine is THE reason my child received 1-on-1 OG during middle school, and she truly is the best of the best.

Jody

Parent of a 9th grader

Once Lorraine joined the process, they finally listened to me (the parent), the school district's Dyslexia experts, and the research.

Amy

Parent of a 6th grader

 It was all so overwhelming...When I met Lorraine it was like a huge weight, that I had been carrying for over 4 years,  was lifted off my shoulders because she handled everything. 

Parent of a 5th grader

 She was caring and compassionate, explained issues, the process and our options thoroughly and clearly. We never felt rushed or pressed for time. She really made the IEP meetings bearable. I would recommend her 100% of the time, without hesitation!

Erin

Parent of a 9th grader

1 in 5

Students in Every Classroom May Have Dyslexia

80%

Of Children with Poor Reading Skills are Likely Dyslexic

20%

Of the Population Nationwide is Dyslexic

62%

Of Non-Readers Drop Out of High School

Want More?

Our newsletter "Ask The Advocate" 

provides parents with the 

resources and information they need

to help their child get

the education they deserve.

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