Already Have an IEP? Your Child Deserves a Better One.
If you got an IEP without the help of an advocate, chances are, it’s not as good as it could (and should) be.
Did you know that in addition to support in reading, math or writing, school districts are obligated to help your child develop organizational, social and communication skills, provide behavioral counseling, and help with staying focused?
95% of the IEPs we review have either insufficient support or don’t specify how your child’s progress will be tracked well enough to hold the school accountable for following the IEP.
We’ll review your child’s IEP and make improvement suggestions to get your child the best support possible.