Education is the power to think clearly, the power to act well in the world’s work and the power to appreciate life.– Brigham Young
Before a child can receive special education assistance from a school district, the school must follow a process that is dictated by state and federal regulations which includes receiving input from parents.
In order to fully participate in this process, parents need to have knowledge of the procedural steps and a complete understanding of the information gathered about their child.
We provide parents, students, and professionals with guidance to ensure a child’s success in school and beyond.
- educational advocacy
- expertise in federal & state laws
- knowledge of special education
- referrals to specialists
- specialized tutorials
- coordination of services
- parent resources
With our collective and diverse background of experience and knowledge, we often “think outside the box” to customize a service or a program for a child that others would never dream possible.
How do you know if your child needs help?
We will ask the right questions to assist you in understanding your child’s needs.
- Is your child having a hard time learning to read?
- Does your child become overwhelmed with the simplest of homework assignments?
- Have schoolmates stopped including your child in activities?
- Does your child have difficulty following two or three directions without reminders?
- Does frustration interfere with your child’s functioning?
- Are the meanings of jokes lost on your child?
- Is your child so literal that it is difficult to have a normal conversation with him?
- Is keeping a backpack, desk, and belongings organized impossible for you child?
- Are you unable to enjoy an outing with your child due to unexpected behavioral outbursts?
- Does anxiety prevent your child from fully enjoying everyday activities?
- Is your child bothered by tags in his shirt, seams in his socks, different textures in foods, noises?
- Does your child misinterpret what you tell her?
- Is it difficult for your child to follow the behavior expectations at school?
- Is it difficult for your child to hold on to the information you know she has learned?
If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, your child may benefit from special education assistance. We will guide you through the process of developing an individualized education plan based on your child’s unique abilities.