What is your WATNA and your BATNA? In today’s episode well talk about a negotiation strategy, that is so simple that it is often overlooked.
I believe that song lyrics can really help us through so many of life’s experiences, and this is, of course, true of our experiences in advocating for our children in special education.
Listen. Life happens. Sure, you have the best intentions to spend a few minutes every day during the two weeks leading up to your IEP meeting, preparing for the meeting, but let’s face it. You don’t always have time.
Join us on our latest podcast episode, “Parent Collaboration to Promote Inclusion,” as we explore powerful ways parents can make a difference in promoting inclusion. From insightful conversations to practical tips, we’re here to empower you to be a force for positive change.
Hey, fabulous listeners! You might’ve done a double-take, thinking, “Wait, that’s not Ashley’s voice!” and you’d be right! I’m Rachel Starr, the Creative Director at ABCo and the mastermind behind today’s plot twist!
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