Navigating the world of evaluations, IEPs, 504 Plans, and everything in between can be overwhelming and exhausting. Wealthy parents can spend thousands of dollars getting support for their children from education advocates. I believe all God's children deserve access to individualized support for their educational journey.
I am a board-certified Educational Advocate and member of the National Association of Special Education Teachers, and I exclusively serve parents of children who qualify for free and reduced-price lunch at NO COST.
My goal is to train and equip parents to become better, more effective advocates for their children as I do things with parents, not for parents, because you know your child best.
Learning your child has a disability can be overwhelming. The following is the official guide from the Florida Department of Education.
Help Me Grow promotes early identification of developmental, behavioral, or educational concerns, then links children and families to community-based services and supports at no cost to parents and caregivers. Are you interested in learning more about your child’s development?
Family Network on Disabilities operates the following programs across Florida:
Parent Education Network (PEN), Parent Support Network (PSN), Parents of the Panhandle Information Network (POPIN), Family Star, and United Families.
The CDC estimates that 9% of children in the US are diagnosed with ADHD, according to a national 2016 parent survey making it one of the most common disabilities.
ADDitude: Inside the ADHD Mind
This site is full of incredible learning, webinars, and downloads for various aspects of ADHD.
Sign up to hear monthly ministry updates and stories, prayer requests, learning opportunities, social justice action steps and more.