“Ask the Advocates” Guide to the Special Needs Educational System

Last updated on September 12th, 2015 at 11:55 pm

If you are a special needs parent with a newly diagnosed child or if you have an IEP (Individualized Education Plan) meeting coming up you might want to do a little homework. Some parents bring a child advocate to meetings, but you can be your child’s best advocate if you are prepared.

Parents and child advocates Aisla and Bev put together an affordable e-book called Ask the Advocates to help others get the most out of the educational system. The book addresses both general questions such as how to request assessments and services for your child, as well as very specific issues like behavioral support in school. The authors offer a money back guarantee if you are not satisfied and include free resources lists. Read more about the book and the writers here.

About the Author

Rosie Reeves is a writer and mother of three; including one with special needs. She works side-by-side with her daughter’s therapists, teachers and doctors. Rosie has also served as the Los Angeles Special Needs Kids Examiner and serves as a contributor on the Yahoo! Contributor Network. She can be reached at rosie327@aol.com.Rosie is a member of the PedSafe Expert team

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