• Educational Planning:

    Assisting with IEPs, 504 plans, intervention plans, and Transition Planning.

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  • Presentations:

    Giving presentations at professional conferences, schools, and churches

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  • Special Education Advocacy:

    Advocating for children with special needs

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  • Transitions:

    Support during transitions, such as grade-to-grade, going to a new school, beginning college or job training

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  • Start Your Online Consultation:

    Would you like to learn how to be the best advocate for your child? Do you have questions about special education, IEPs, or other issues concerning children with special needs? Click here to complete a brief form. We will be in touch with you shortly for a free initial consultation. We look forward to hearing from you! All information will be kept confidential.

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Helping You to Become Your Child’s Best Advocate at School

HOPE’s educational consulting and advocacy services provide support and information that enable you to become your child’s best advocate at school. HOPE consultants are qualified to make educational recommendations and represent a parent’s perspective in meetings with therapists, teachers, administrators, and school paraprofessionals.

  • Educational Planning:
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    As experienced parents as well as educational professionals, we know how important it is to work harmoniously with school personnel to develop educational plans that achieve desired results.
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  • Presentations:
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    HOPE is always prepared to support parents and schools by giving presentations and workshops that cover issues important to children with special needs. We offer a variety of presentations and workshops – each one designed for a specific audience including teachers and school administrators, parent groups, and churches.
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  • Special Education Advocacy:
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    HOPE helps parents to become the best advocates for their children with special needs. Parents intuitively know and understand their children. This is an important advantage when educational decisions need to be made.
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  • Transitions:
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    Change. Moving up a grade, starting college, going to vocational training: all are important life changes that can be particularly challenging to children with special needs. Transition planning puts parents and children at the threshold of the unknown. That is when the support and experience of those who have been there before is especially valuable.
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  • Start Your Online Consultation:
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    Would you like to learn how to be the best advocate for your child? Do you have questions about special education, IEPs, or other issues concerning children with special needs? Click here to complete a brief form. We will be in touch with you shortly for a free initial consultation. We look forward to hearing from you! All information will be kept confidential.
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