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ISSN: 1538-320
August 21, 2018

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Attack the obstacles and learn the skills you need to be an effective advocate for your child.

As a parent, emotions may be your Achilles Heel.

To be an effective advocate, you must control your emotions and use them as a source of energy.

Do you need to rebuild broken trust with the school and improve the relationship with members of your child's team?

In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate find advocacy strategies for resolving problems and techniques to create positive parent-school relationships.

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Help Parents Move Beyond their Emotions - to Advocacy

I am working with a family that does not know how to advocate for their child. They are full of anger and focus only on what has happened in the past.

How can I help the parents get past the past?

Great advice for advocates - and parents!


Catch Up on Summer School

Review, complete a homework assignment, or take a quiz from a previous Summer School series.

Then, don’t forget to download your Certificate.

Stay tuned for our Back to School Series September 2018.


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