Trouble Finding Your Way

through the Special Education Maze? This brochure is written for parents who have little legal background or advocacy training. I hope that the material is written so that you will begin to understand the advocacy process. THERE ARE TWO KEY pieces of federal legislation that every parent should familiarize himself or herself with in order to facilitate communication amongst all the appropriate players: 1. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and 2. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 The process of advocating for your child is always legally driven, however it can become a complex, polarized, and emotionally charged series of crises where, often the appropriate welfare, needs, and services of the child is lost.

Does your child’s smile mask a hidden disability?




Inform parents of their child’s rights and the educational responsibilities of the educational system. Facilitate effective teaming comprised of parents and professionals as needed to best meet the requirements of your child’s educational situation. Help parents and teachers to organize and schedule the child. Formulate, write, help implement, and monitor Individualized Educational Plans (IEP). Perform annual case review Observe classroom activities and suggest procedural modifications and accommodations. Review all educational, medical, mental health and behavioral records in collaboration with your child’s primary care physician, and other professionals.


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  • Formulate coalitions among parents, educators, physicians, and your child to positively deal with all of the challenges, educational as well as social.
  • Create and foster a liaison between M.D., schools, and home. Advise parents on educational procedural issues.
  • Instruct parents on how to access necessary resources and how best to use them.
  • Conduct Parent Advocacy Training
  • Help Design Accommodations


Provide LIFESTYLE REVIEW in consultation with the child’s primary care physician:


a. Nutritional components

b. Sleep

c. Positive behavioral modification and plans.

d. Parental support

e. Parental coaching






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