Advocacy


AdvocacyNeed an Advocate?

If you are a parent of a child with special needs and you are not getting the supports or services your child deserves, consider an advocate to help.

Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Contact your local Arc to schedule an appointment with a Parent Advocate to help you obtain services for your family member.

Learning and Attention Issues

Visit Understood to get insider information in supporting and advocating for your child while also teaching self-advocacy to your child.

Dyslexia

Visit Learning Ally to get information on dyslexia, finding a tutor, and connecting with volunteer parents who can support you in getting appropriate services.  Use code COM20 to save 20% on a new membership!

Health

Join the Children’s and Teen Health (R)evolution to access current information that will help you improve the health of your entire family or register for the Lotus Health Program online course.

PANS/PANDAS

Visit the PANDAS Network for up to date information on what PANDAS and PANS is, how to get it diagnosed, and the most conventional treatment options.  You can also join the Western Washington PANDAS/PANS Parent Support Group on Facebook where we share information and support each other in getting our children’s needs met.


Still Need Help?

I have over 20 years experience as a Special Education teacher, working with children from K – transition, specializing in supporting children with challenging behavior.  I am also the mother of a child with dyslexia and a child with PANS.  If you want individualized advocacy support, you can email me directly to inquire about my services.

I am here to help!

heather@courageouseducationalservices.com

 

 

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