Turn Frustration into Achievement. Go to school with Lumen Advocacy.
You know your parental rights in an IEP Meeting. Check. We help you play the psychological chess you’ll face, Checkmate.
Peace of Mind
Possess peace of mind that all possible issues arising from your child’s challenges are fully identified.
How to Manage
Know how to manage and act on information you receive from your public school about your child.
Participate as a peer on the IEP team and you’ll get your answers directly from an expert, not a video, or book.
Be calm and deliberate when your child acts out and proactively shape positive behavior supports. Learn from an Advocate.
Educate and coach the IEP team on your child’s disability and contribute with helpful information.
Services That Provide Solutions
What Is The Problem, Really?
Get a thorough historical review of existing evaluation data. Find out if this information is disconnected from present levels of performance. Discover skills gaps in formal tests. Develop a strong baseline for knowing what your child needs.
The Lumen AbsoluteAdvocacy© Program
How long can your child wait to receive special education services? The answer is, no time. Invest in your skills to benefit your child’s. Learn from an Advocate. Quickly identify gaps in your disability knowledge base and fill them. Next, receive tailored coaching, feedback and resource documents for positive results. Last, employ the results. Accomplish this in 3 months with a flat fee package, on your own, or in a group. Offered in every state.
Negotiate, Mediate, or Litigate?
Tired of disagreements with your school over what your child needs? Requesting Mediation or a Due Process Hearing, could be an option. Our relationship absolutely shouldn’t have to end there! In most cases, preparing your dispute can be done by an Advocate. Once a state Hearing Officer has approved me as a non-attorney representative, depending on the state regulations, we can continue to negotiate for what’s essential.
Questions? Speaker inquiries?
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