Education Advocate Services

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Education Advocate Services?

For some of you, just the thought of dealing with the school system causes you anxiety.  What I do is help relieve your stress.  This includes a variety of education advocate services and education placement needs. If you area a parent or guardian of a child with special education, gifted education, twice exceptional, and military family education placement needs in Arizona, Utah, and Colorado, I can help.  I do this by giving you the tools and advice to easily navigate the special education process at your school.   In many cases, I will actually do the navigating for you, so you don't have to worry about it. 

How do I do that?  There are a number of tools, but it comes down to three main areas or services: records review, consulting, and meeting attendance. My  ultimate goal is for your child to receive the educational placement that they are entitled to.  

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Records Review

I conduct a comprehensive records review to fully understand your child's unique educational history.  Review all related documentation of your child's educational records. We can help you obtain any records you may be missing.  After we review your records, we will set up a records review consultation.

Records may include, but are not limited to:

  • IEPs  MET reports
  • Private evaluations
  • Grades
  • Progress reports
  • Quarterly goal reports
  • Goal data
  • Work samples
  • Pertinent emails
  • Disciplinary records
  • Attendance records
  • Written parental input
No one should try to navigate educational services and school bureaucracy without an advocate.

-Jennifer Kennedy

Special Education


Sometimes you need in-the-moment advice.  Phone consultations are available to discuss your child's education concerns.

Our child’s future success..his future opportunities have improved as a result of Kim. We owe her the world.

-Darnell & Antranette

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Meeting Attendance

I speak the language of special education and understand the inner workings of the school and district.  I can provide skilled education advocacy in your meetings with the school. You will have an expert advocate by your side, facilitating the meeting and getting results.  Meetings should be held at a time that enables parents to fully participate. Reasonable notice should be given to prepare for a meeting. Parents are entitled to bring an advocate to any meetings held at the school.  

We assist you in the following types of meetings:

  • 504 Meetings
  • IEP Meetings
  • FBA/BIP Meetings
  • Bullying Concerns
  • Resolution Meetings
  • Parent Teacher Conferences
  • Observations
  • Transition Meetings
  • Manifestation Meetings

Get help for your child today!

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