September 6, 2020

5 Basic Advocacy Tips

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Takeaways: In this episode you’ll learn 5 basic advocacy skills that will set you on the right path.   

Episode 02 delivers five basic advocacy skills that are aimed to help parents but will be applicable to anyone supporting a child in special education.  They’re skills I’ve used in advocating for my own child and in coaching clients as their special education attorney.  They’re tried, true, and easy to implement.  If you remember one tip, it is to Communicate, Communicate, Communicate!  Keeping lines of communication open between home, school, and other professionals is so important.  

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Part 03: The 6W's of the Ashley Barlow Co - The Who

Calling all parents, teachers, school staff, self advocates, disability organization staff, doctors, therapists, coaches, tutors, grandparents, babysitters, community organization staff, volunteers, … Calling anyone that supports a student with a disability!!!


Parents of a child in special education are exhausted. Teachers and school staff are about the busiest professionals in the workforce. Nobody has time for in-person trainings, and thanks to COVID-19, few can safely access in-person trainings right now! 

Part 05: The 6W's of the Ashley Barlow Co - The how

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