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How Effective Can an Advocate Be for Me?

October 11, 2017

 

Q:  Just How Effective Can an Advocate Be for Me?

 

A:  Very effective!  Read what other parents have to say:

 

According to the latest parent satisfaction survey results:

100% of parents said they are very likely to recommend Amy’s services and workshops to other families and gave Amy a rating of “excellent.”

94% of parents said they gained knowledge and strategies from Amy that they can effectively use in advocating for their student in the future.

97% of parents said they had very little or only some knowledge of IEPs and advocacy strategies prior to consulting with Amy.

100% of participants said the effectiveness and content Amy’s services and/or workshops were very helpful.

Here are some testimonials from parents like YOU:

“After consulting with Amy we had the best IEP meeting ever!” - parent of a high schooler with ADHD, Autism, and Seizure Disorder

 

“Amy has an enormous amount of knowledge regarding students with disabilities and their IEP programs. It has been difficult to find someone in our area that has an understanding and knowledge about the rights of children who require educational help in the school system. Not only does she understand the legal rights we as parents have, but also knows how to approach the school system in a way that helps the parent teacher relationship. Her objective approach to our son’s needs helped us navigate through the emotions of the educational challenges that we face in our school systems….Amy has helped us organize our son’s past education and plan for his future. She has provided us with the tools we need to help our son through school. Thanks for being there Amy!” -father of a high schooler with a cognitive disability

 

 “The training Amy did was very beneficial. I was afraid that with my teaching degree I might not get as much out of the training as others would, but I did. A great refresher for me. It was very detailed and organized. I appreciate the little added things that were mentioned just coming from a "mother's perspective". Two thumbs up for sure!” -teacher and mother of a preschooler with Downs Syndrome

 

“Amy is your guide to the special education process.” -mother of a gifted elementary school student with autism

 

“I learned more from Amy in just the first 10 minutes of talking with her than talking with anyone ever about how to help my child!” -mother of a preschooler with autism

 

“The strategies Amy suggested all worked like a charm!  The school agreed to all of my requests!  Glad I consulted with her before the IEP meeting!” -mother of a middle schooler with autism

 


​Amy's primary responsibility is to represent the best interests of the student in the educational process.

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Contact Us:
myIEPadvocate@gmail.com
or visit our website:
myIEPadvocate.com

 

 

 

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