Special education is overwhelming. Your child's unique needs can be met by the school system. Let me show you how! Some of the services I offer are:
- IEP review
- IEP consulting
- IEP meeting attendance
- 504 meeting
You do not have to do this alone! Your next step is to click learn more button below and let's get started.
Navigating through your child's diagnosis can feel lonely and overwhelming, but it does not have to be that way! You do not have to do this alone. I have two resources that take you through where to start and what your next steps are.
- Starting Point ( ebook)
- Seven IEP Tips That Will Change Your Child's Education (ebook and step by step workbook to put the IEP tips into action)
Your voice as a parent is needed and valueable. Get your ebooks today and get started in advocating for your child.
Online learning courses are designed for the on the go parent! Watch, learn and download the pdfs hand outs. Get the help you need today!
- Communication Matters- Alternative Communication for Home and School
- Taking Care of The Caregiver Why You Matter
What People Are Saying
“I have had the honor of knowing Courtney, not only as an advocate but also as the parent of one of the students in my classroom. As a parent herself, Courtney was very knowledgeable about her rights as a parent and worked with the school team to ensure that her daughter received the services and care she deserved. From a teacher’s perspective, I need to stress that she worked WITH the school team. We didn’t battle. It wasn’t a fight. We worked together for what was best for her daughter, and I agreed with everything Courtney desired and expected”.
“It is so refreshing to have somebody working with special needs children, that has a special needs child. This makes her more compassionate, caring, and so much more understanding of some of the everyday challenges, we as parent’s face raising these special kids”
“Courtney was absolutely knowledgeable and knew to the tiniest detail what she was talking about! She was very understanding and gave me some incredible advice and even examples of what I need to do and say to help my daughter out! She definitely knows her stuff and made me feel very confident in what we needed to be done!!”
Four Ways to Build a Strong IEP TEAM First I want to go straight to an important point, parents or guardians you are an equal member of the IEP team. As a parent, I did not understand that or my role in the IEP team. When I understood this, my role in my...
Seven Tips to Organize the Individual Education Program (IEP) Chaos As a special needs mom, I am not only a mom but a case manager of my child’s medical needs and making sure I am on top of my daughter’s IEP. This can be overwhelming and feel...
I can remember going into my first Individual Education Program (IEP) meeting with a knot in my stomach and feeling completly overwhelmed. I sat through the meeting and tried my best to keep up with everything the team was saying. The goals, the acronyms, and overall...
Communication Strategies That Work Communication meltdowns can happen when a child does not have the ability to express themselves verbally. For example, the child is feeling angry but may not be able to express that and even more, frustration can happen when the...
What is a Visual Schedule? A visual schedule refers to the use of any type of visual tool (with photos, drawings, words, and even numbers). A schedule can be for an activity, a day or even a month. This schedule will have the steps within a given activity or task. Is...