Whatever It Takes
Your child has an informal accommodations, an IEP or 504 Plan, but somehow it doesn’t seem to be having the impact you had expected. What else can be done to help your child learn?
First of all, know that your child is not locked into a plan that is not delivering results. Your child’s progress is what matters. Adjustments can be made throughout the special education process. You just need to know what adjustments to make—and advocate for them!
This comprehensive advocacy package is ideal for parents already engaged in the special education process who are not getting the outcome they need or their child deserves.
Lorraine will consult privately with you to delve into your child’s performance, plans, and progress. With her expert knowledge of dyslexia, she will advise you on what is helping and what is hindering your child’s progress.
After identifying the needed adjustments, Lorraine will provide hands-on support and in-person representation at school meetings—including dispute resolution meetings— to ensure your child receives appropriate supports and services to succeed.
Lorraine will conduct ongoing monitoring of your child’s progress toward individual goals and of the effectiveness of educational accommodations.
Weaknesses in your child’s current informal interventions, IEP and/or 504 Plan will be corrected to set your child on a path toward success.
You Will Receive
Includes everything in the the "Don't Go It Alone" package PLUS...
Customized draft documents for school correspondence necessary for expediting the special education process.
Detailed review of district provided data to determine your child's academic progress and expected rate of growth for outlined IEP goals.
Analysis and evaluation of current special education intervention services with recommendations for effective, evidence based services and/or accommodations.
Unlimited attendance at all IEP/504 Plan meetings to discuss student progress or implementation of necessary services/accommodations to close your child's achievement gap.
Post meeting debriefs for all meetings to include outlined advocacy 'next step' action items.
Dispute Resolution Strategy Sessions with guidance on all parent options.
Assistance with drafting and submitting state complaints and/or Office of Civil Rights (OCR) complaints.
Attendance at an Administrative Review Meeting and/or District Mediation Sessions.
Unlimited Access to your Advocate via Email and Text
Unlimited Emergency Consultations
Support from your advocate for a full school year.
Not Sure What You Need?
Schedule a Discovery Call with Lorraine. She will listen to your concerns about your child and together you can decide which of her services are the best fit for you and your family.