Get Your Child the Support They Need at School.
Here’s the reality: school was not designed with neurodivergent kids in mind. Like it or not, that makes you an advocate for the duration of your child’s time in the K-12 classroom. The good news? I’m here to help you navigate things.
What Inclusive Education is Expected to Look Like for Neurodivergent Students:
Challenges Faced by Neurodivergent Students in Reality:
Build Your Advocacy Skills
School advocacy skills do not come naturally to most parents. If you had no idea how difficult it would be for your child to attend school, you are not alone. The reality is that schools were not designed with neurodivergent kids in mind.
Effective advocacy is possible by taking a proactive, assertive and strategic approach. If those words make you nervous, I understand. Let me tell you more about what it looks like to put these things into action.
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Hi, I’m Jenn.
I help parents of neurodivergent kids become confident & effective school advocates so they can get their children the support they need.