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Our new clients ask us
"Do I need to hire a Special Education Advocate near me?"
Does location matter?

You love your child and want the best for them, but getting the best advice can be hard in the complex field of special education. Fortunately, special education advocacy exists to guide parents through the process and lead them down the best possible paths. The location of the advocate should align with the state you live in, meaning the Advocate should know the education laws in your state, and they should have experience servicing families in the state you live in. We help families all over California, and are able to use video conferencing as a way to help families outside of our local area.  The following characteristics are important to look for when searching for an Advocate. 

Advocate With Passion

Most people who work in special education advocacy do so due to personal reasons. Some have a friend or loved one with special needs. Some have worked in education. Regardless of the reasoning, the common denominator is that they see a gap in the special needs area and want to fill it.

Our team consists of moms who have learning disabilities and who have children with learning disabilities. Understanding the struggle of finding quality learning opportunities firsthand drives us to provide the best special education advocacy and support we possibly can.

 

Utilize Specialized Knowledge

Navigating special education waters can be tricky, especially with all of the terms and acronyms involved. IEPs, ASDs, IFSPs, 504s, IEEs- and that's just a few. It's enough to overwhelm anyone.

 

By hiring a special education advocate near me, you have a partner on your side that is familiar with the terms. They are also familiar with the rights involved in special education. This knowledge helps ensure that your child gets what they need even when you are uncertain of what that is.

Preparation and Review

Special education advocates help you prepare for any education meetings as well as accompany you to them. They provide advice and assistance and ensure that the school is doing its part. The advocate also reviews any documents before you sign them. If they feel it's necessary, they give recommendations for legal counsel.

 

As special education advocates, we have so much to bring to the table. We believe that every child has the right to quality education and want to help them get it. Book your free consultation with us today so we can get started.

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We support families all over California!

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