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IEP Advocacy and Parent Support

Assisting families with IEP advocacy as well as helping families to create positive behavior change!! Specializing in children with behavioral challenges.

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IEP Advocacy

Individualized Education Program (IEP) Consultation

​Are you confused by your child's IEP, special education placement, what it means, etc? Let me help you to understand your child's IEP and advocate for your child's special education services. Become your child's best advocate!!

  • No obligation initial intake

  • IEP review

  • IEP preparation and consultation

  • Parent Coaching

  • Fees vary based on service needed

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Behavior Basics

A video presentation on the “why” challenging of behavior

Does your child display challenging behaviors and you don’t know why?  Does he/she tantrum often? 

I have developed a presentation that will provide  you with  information on the basic functions of behavior, the “ABC’s” of behavior change, and provide some useful strategies to support more appropriate behavior.

Specializing in children with special needs. 

Watch in the convenience of your home at your leisure.

Cost of course: $40.00

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Parent/family consultation

Supporting positive behavior for children/behavioral consultation

  • Live (video) consultation with parent/caregiver and child to observe behavioral challenges/parent guidance and training on strategies

  • Functional Analysis/Behavior Assessment of challenging behavior

  • Functional Communication Training

  • Review of current successes and challenges

  • Provide strategies/feedback regarding behavior change

  • Sessions are typically 1.0 hours (45 minutes session and 15 minute wrap up/next steps. They can run longer based on current need. 


Behavior Change Can Happen!!


Children, with and without ​disabilities, often display behaviors that we find embarrassing, and even physically and emotionally exhausting. 

However, if we know the reason for those behaviors, we can support the child in learning more appropriate behavior (more appropriate ways to communicate wants and needs). 

It takes some hard work and we need to change how we react to situations, but all of that hard work pays off! 

And, making these changes will help your child be successful as he/she continues to grow and develop.

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