What we offer
We work with children from birth through early adulthood. Our services include diagnosis and intervention in the areas of:
- Articulation/Speech sound production skills
- Receptive/Expressive Language skills
- Social skills
- Aural Habilitation
- Reading & Writing support
What to Expect
Our team has extensive experience working with children who have a variety of communication, speech and language delays and/or disorders. After meeting with each child, we determine specific, individualized speech-language goals in order to foster learning, growth and support the child in reaching his or her own maximum potential. We work closely with educators, pediatricians, audiologists and other specialists in order to deliver the most comprehensive services to each child.
A special education advocate is a trained professional who represents the best interests of the child and the parent in the educational process. We help families of children with disabilities access the supports and services their children need.
What does a special education advocate do? What are an advocate’s responsibilities?
- Empower and educate families
- Inform and guide families through the educational process
- Review documentation related to child (IEP, evaluations, etc)
- Make recommendations on how to best meet the child’s needs
- Research and prepare
- Counsel parents regarding their rights to mediation or other resolution options
What services we offer:
- An Initial Consultation
- Review of all Documents
- IEP support
- Consultation by phone, email or in person
- Attendance at meetings