I see you. Your heart is heavy for your child who continues to struggle within the classroom. Rather than school being a place for your child to learn and grow, it has become an emotional battlefield where frustration has clipped their wings. As a parent you know your loved one is capable of so much more, yet his or her grades keep slipping.
I understand this tugs at your heartstrings. No parent ever wants to see their child overwhelmed with unnecessary challenges both academically and socially! On top of that, you’re done with the days of seeing that look in your child’s eyes when he or she brings home a low grade.
The truth is your child does not have to struggle.
School systems offer Individualized Education Plans (IEP’s) and 504’s to meet the needs of students requiring additional support. IEP’s and 504’s are created to provide a variety of academic and social-emotional accommodations to set your child up for success.
Maybe your child already has an IEP or 504, but you’re looking for someone to review it or clearly communicate exactly what your child needs with school administration in order to make sure all accommodations your child qualifies for are being provided, executed, and followed.
This is where I step in!
My role is to listen to your concerns and communicate them to school administration and classroom teachers. The best part is IEP’s and 504’s are individualized and tailored for each student. I am here to ensure your child gets exactly what they need to experience success.
As a part of your child’s team, my role is to…
- Explain and clarify the IEP/504 process
- Determine if your child could potentially qualify for 504 or IEP services
- Educate you on the types of accommodations or services your child could qualify for
- Advocate to ensure an appropriate plan is created
- Translate the IEP/ 504 paperwork to ensure clarity and consistency
- Ensure all accommodations are being met and followed
You do not have to walk through this process all by yourself!
Let’s start up a healthy conversation so I can get to know you and understand your child’s academic journey.