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Our 'Collaborative Advocacy'
process is designed to achieve your goals without the stress that usually comes with the process.
STEP 1. Choose an Advocate from the profiles below.
STEP 2. You will receive instructions by email requesting that you fill out a Checklist and provide your IEP and other needed documents to your Advocate, as well as to schedule an initial intake consultation.
STEP 3. Collaborate with your Advocate after determining your options and goals.
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Ken Peck, Supervising Advocate
I have been working as an advocate a total of 5 years. I have personal experience working with children with Autism as an RBT. I also acted as a paralegal to a leading special education attorney for 3 years.
'Collaborative Advocacy' can occur when the school and the parents of a child are both willing to address a student's needs in the way the law has established. However, it takes both parties to accomplish this goal. Often, the school is unwilling to allow the IEP team to function as it was meant and parents need to have a plan to address this failure before they head into the IEP meeting.
WHERE WE CAN HELP
Individualized Education Program (IEP)
Special Education Eligibility
Special Education & Related Services
Individualized Transition Plan (ITP)
Independent Educational Evaluation (IEE)
Section 504 Plan
School Suspension and Expulsion