Success Stories
Resolving Problems, Getting Better Services

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ISSN: 1538-320
March 26, 2019

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Give this mom whatever she wants! YES!

You know you're an effective advocate when you find this written in your child's school record.

Find out how other parents use common sense, resources, and training from Wrightslaw for successful advocacy.

  • do the research
  • ask questions
  • educate yourself on the law
  • document everything
  • learn to negotiate
  • use effective tactics & strategies
  • be persistent

In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you'll read success stories about real people, real success from parents and advocates just like you, who have learned how to resolve problems with the school.

We hope you will forward this series to other friends, families, or colleagues.

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Learning the Skills, Attacking the Obstacles

The school was writing off my child. They were doing as little as possible to educate her properly. I thought I was going to lose my mind trying to deal with them.

But I learned my rights and how to use tactics and strategies to get a program to meet my daughter’s complex needs.


How I Won a Private Placement!

By documenting my case and telling my story, I won a private placement for my son, a 6 year old with autism.

Wrightslaw gave me the tools to endure a very stressful battle with the school district.

Two weeks after the school board presentation, the district settled. This story is a summary of that battle.

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Educating Myself! Effective Parent Advocacy

My 7 year old son has autism. Let me tell you how your advice helped us get the services he needs...

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From Victim to a Mighty Force

Why can't my children read? A mom feels victimized by the system and agonizes over the fact that her twins couldn't read.

Pam suggested that she stop playing the victim and do what was necessary to be an effective advocate for her children.

And that's exactly what she did!

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