What happens to your child with disabilities if they aren't in an adequate special education program or receiving the right services? And what are the outcomes for children with disabilities who graduate without adequate education or vocational skills, or functional communication or behavioral skills?
Unfortunately, the outlook is grim, as most people with disabilities who are not educated to their maximum abilities live in poverty as adults--and or more segregated than other populations. If you are concerned about your child's current educational program and how best to maximize it to their benefit, you need to schedule a GPS Special Education Roadmap© Meeting.
This is a 1:1 meeting with me where I block off one full hour of my time to talk to you about your child's current educational placement and program, their current disability and educational needs, discuss the things that are keeping you up at night, discuss your wants and dreams for your child and what is realistic given their current educational programming. I will give you options for working with me and then we will determine together if I can help you achieve your goals for your child or not.
This one-hour meeting is free if you 1) commit to doing the homework you are sent regarding your child's education program and 2) if you book with a credit card. By completing the homework you will get the most out of our time together. This is why you should schedule your GPS Special Education Roadmap© Meeting for at least 1-2 weeks out, to give you time to complete the questionnaire sent to you.)
If you would like to pay nothing for this session, please commit to completing ALL of the homework in advance, and by making that commitment, I will waive my normal $250 planning fee for the meeting. Please fill out the fields below so that we may schedule your appointment.
Check your email twice before submitting, because this is the email where you will receive a calendar invitation request.
- All meetings occur at our Highland Park office.
- Please indicate if you have accessibility needs so that we may offer a location for your mobility needs.
- Some evening and weekend hours are available because we understand the limitations of a caregiver's schedule.