As a mom of three extraordinary children, I’ve had to learn how to speak up for them to make sure that things were being done.
From my beginning as a teenage mom of a premature child..
To my next stage as a mom of a non-verbal autistic child..
And to my next stage as a mom of a gifted/spirited child..
All while trying to balance my own needs, run a household, and a business?
I needed a set of toolkits.
This toolkit is the Special Needs Advocacy Toolkit and the sole purpose? To get you ready for your IFSP or IEP meeting.
This special needs advocacy toolkit features resources that will help you with:
- Setting clear IEP goals
- Accommodation Suggestions
- 12 Steps to a Successful IEP Meeting
- 4 Essential Skills that All Advocates Need
All the things that I struggled with when it came to IEP meetings and the special education process? This toolkit will help.