Students in Classroom
Raising a neurodiverse child or teen requires more of you, especially as a working parent.

Autism Spectrum Disorders  ADHD   Learning Differences Mental Health

With 25 years of special education advocacy experience, here are some of the ways I can help you:

Reviewing and explaining your child's educational documents, evaluation reports & your legal rights

Evaluating IEPs/504s and developing measurable goals, modifications & accommodations

Collaborating with your school team, independent clinicians, service providers & attorneys

Evaluating school and class placement options including private & alternative placements

Participating in IEP/504 meetings and discussions including data collection

Ensuring all domains of deficit are addressed in evaluations, IEPs & ESY

Supporting college students with executive function & self-advocacy

Navigating college preparation plus securing accommodations

Parent advocacy coaching strategies & planning