Frequently asked questions
Do you only work in NJ as a Special Education Advocate?
Most of our services can be provided to families across the United States. Since IDEA (The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) is nation-wide legislation ensures students with a disability are provided with a Free Appropriate Public Education, the laws are applicable in every state. Each state does have the ability to also have their own laws (which many do) regarding students with disabilities.
How do we communicate with you?
Because each child is different, each situation is handled slightly differently. Everything starts with a meeting to get to know eachother. Once that is set up, we establish a plan moving forward. I am available via phone, in person, facetime, email, etc.
How much does an Advocate cost?
This is not a question that can be answered specifically. Our process is individual for each child. Here is what we can tell you.
What qualifications/credentials does an Advocate need to have?
The short answer is, none. There is no required training or credentials for someone to call themselves a Special Education Advocate.
What does your office look like?
Currently, due to Covid-19, all appointments are virtual at this time.