Ashley

Barlow

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Want Ashley to help your community Educate, Advocate, Communicate? 

Hire Ashley to do a half- or whole-day conference for your school or organization.

Choose a package!

Virtual or In Person

Half Day | $2500

Choose Two Topics

Plus travel and accommodations.

each 1.25 hours with .25 hours for audience questions - custom tailored to your audience

Virtual or In Person

full Day | $4500

Choose four Topics

Plus travel and accommodations.

✔️ INSPIRING INCLUSION KEYNOTE

✔️ INCLUSION WORKSHOP

✔️ BEHAVIOR WORKSHOP

✔️ NEGOTIATION WORKSHOP

✔️ COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES FOR PARENTS/ EDUCATORS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION (WITH COMMUNICATION TEMPLATES)

✔️ TEN TRAITS OF EFFECTIVE PARENTS/ EDUCATORS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION

✔️ A DEEP DIVE INTO THE IEP DOCUMENT

✔️ MAKING USE OF EVALUATION REPORTS

✔️ RECORD KEEPING STRATEGIES FOR PARENTS/ EDUCATORS

✔️ ASK THE EXPERT (1.5 HOURS OF DIRECT Q&A)

✔️ TOPIC OF YOUR CHOOSING


each 1.25 hours with .25 hours for audience questions - custom tailored to your audience

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✔️ INSPIRING INCLUSION KEYNOTE

✔️ INCLUSION WORKSHOP

✔️ BEHAVIOR WORKSHOP

✔️ NEGOTIATION WORKSHOP

✔️ COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES FOR PARENTS/ EDUCATORS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION (WITH COMMUNICATION TEMPLATES)

✔️ TEN TRAITS OF EFFECTIVE PARENTS/ EDUCATORS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION

✔️ A DEEP DIVE INTO THE IEP DOCUMENT

✔️ MAKING USE OF EVALUATION REPORTS

✔️ RECORD KEEPING STRATEGIES FOR PARENTS/ EDUCATORS

✔️ ASK THE EXPERT (1.5 HOURS OF DIRECT Q&A)

✔️ topic of your choosing



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Who is Ashley Barlow?

Ashley Barlow graduated Magna Cum Laude from Miami University with a BS in German Education (K-12) received her JD from Salmon P. Chase College of Law in 2006. In a former life, she was a German teacher in Jefferson County Public Schools and Cincinnati Public Schools, having taught nearly every grade from K to 12.  She also taught Real Estate and Business Law at Miami University.  In her job as an attorney, Ashley’s areas of practice include special education, family law, and special needs estate planning.

In the Summer of 2020, Ashley launched Ashley Barlow Co., an online business, which provides free and paid resources for parents, school staff and community members that are on IEP teams. The company offers downloadable checklists, guides, and workshops; a video training course; and a podcast.

Ashley is a former President of the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati and currently serves on their Education Advisory Board and Government Affairs Committee.  She’s also a former Co-Chair of the National Down Syndrome Society’s (NDSS) Task Force on Inclusive Education, and she is a member of the National Down Syndrome Advocacy Coalition of the National Down Syndrome Congress (NDSC) and the Council of Parents Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA).    She participated in the Wrightslaw/Institute of Special Education at William and Mary College of Law in 2016 (earning an Advocacy Certificate), returning for the Alumni Track in 2017 and serving as faculty in 2021.  She also holds an Advanced Advocacy Certificate from COPAA.  Ashley has done various speaking engagements for NDSC, International Dyslexia Association (IDA), Down syndrome affiliates like DSACK and DSANI, and other federal and state advocacy groups.

Ashley practices law state-wide in Kentucky and Ohio, makes all of the content for Ashley  Barlow Co., and when not working, she is normally at the pool or baseball field with her husband and two sons, one of whom has Down syndrome.

I'm reallyyy passionate about....

Swimming.  It’s just me, my goggles, and that stripe on the bottom of the pool… so simple and quiet.

People.  Good people winning.  I can’t get enough.

Advocating for the rights of people with disabilities.  Every time I’m on Capitol Hill, I decided I need to move to DC.

 My boys’ sibling relationship.  God lives in there.  It’s my favorite thing to witness every day.

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Summer

School

Webinar Series
Starts June 28, 2021

Did the school year make you feel even more overwhelmed and confused about what is supposed to happen in special education?  Did you feel even more left out of important conversations about your child?  Are you worried about how you’re going to rechart the course for next school year?  You need Summer School, my 4-part webinar series that will prepare you for the 2021-2022 school year!    Can’t make one or more of the webinars live?  No worries, once you register, you’ll get a link for the recording of any webinar that you miss live after each session.  Registration is NOW open below.