Advocacy

Families sometimes need an informed “advocate” to assist them in preparing for school meetings.  Occasionally, this may mean accompanying parents to a high stakes meeting such as an IEP (Individualized Educational Plan) meeting or a placement decision meeting.  Dyslexia Achievement Center staff have accompanied parents at IEP meetings, faculty strategy discussions, and neuropsychological evaluation meetings. Parents find there is value in having an informed, professional and supportive advocate standing with them as the school or medical experts discuss their child’s future.

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