if you're like many parents or teachers navigating the special education system,

you're probably feeling frustrated, overwhelmed, and like you have to jump through endless hoops.

It's hard trying to figure everything out. There is so much to learn, including legalities, acronyms, types of supports, and more. It is overwhelming trying to navigate it and get your child the help they need! 

That's why I wrote the book i see you, i hear you, and i understand

I'm excited to host the first ever LIVE book club. Together, we'll discuss each topic, meet you where you're at, and help you grow in your advocacy skills.

After our four weeks together, my goal is that you will feel empowered, knowledgeable, and confident in advocating for your child.

Each week we will meet LIVE where you'll be given a chance to ask questions on the content + discuss your specific needs with someone who understands & wants to help!

Our 4 weeks together will include:

WEEK 1:  Parent & Teacher Empowerment
Prepare yourself to be a valuable member of the IEP team
*live discussion on 10/18/22 at 7:00 PM EST

WEEK 2: Student Empowerment
Learn to present your whole child including their strengths & their vision
*live discussion on 10/25/22 at 7:00 PM EST 

WEEK 3: System Empowerment
Learn the special education cycle, process, and acronyms
*live discussion on 11/1/22 at 7:00 PM EST 

WEEK 4: Problem Solving & Advocacy Empowerment
What to do when things go wrong
*live discussion on 11/8/22 at 7:00 PM EST 
"it all starts with meeting the child where they're at"
Parents and educators alike often do not have a background in Special Education and this can lead to everyone feeling like their voice doesn't matter at the IEP table. 

If you're a parent, maybe you're getting pushback when you try to ask for accommodations. Maybe you just don't know how to find the answers to even know what to ask for. Maybe you feel like the school isn't showing you what they are doing to help your child succeed and things just aren't adding up.

If you're a teacher, maybe you don't know the child's strengths and interests, so your approach is generic rather than child-centered? Maybe the school is telling you "you can't say/do this/that." Maybe you have multiple students with the same accommodation requests, so you're trying to figure out how to implement it all in a way that serves everyone. 

Can you imagine going in to your next meeting feeling confident?
Knowing what to bring. Knowing what to get ahead of time so you can be prepared with questions.  Being able to present your child in a way the helps them be seen for who they are, not just their disability.

If so, you're going to want to join usBy the end of our 4 weeks, you'll better understand the special education process and how to work collaboratively without having to get a Master's degree in Special Education. 🙌

Register Now | $30.00 USD

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