Ohio-Based Support Services for Families of kids with Language Based Learning Differences and ADHD
Below is a list of groups and organizations where families can find community and support as they navigate advocating for their child's best education. The Facebook groups are forums where you can ask questions and feel that you are not alone, and the organizations are established entities that provide advocacy services. If there is something I missed, please feel free to message me and I'll add it to the list!
I once heard a colleague say, "friends don't let friends go to IEP meetings alone," and nothing could be further from the truth! Having an advocate who can guide you through the process of obtaining and maintaining an IEP or 504 is crucial to your child's success and your mental health!
The Law Offices of Agnis & Gilman LLC- Lawyers specializing in Special Education law, and especially knowledgeable about dyslexia