Being your Child's Advocate
Being an advocate means knowing how to ensure that your child gets the help he or she needs to be successful. By being organized, well informed and proactive, you can give your child the best possible quality of life!
- Self-Advocacy: A Valuable Skill for Your Teenager
- Kids as Self Advocates
- Transition and Self-Advocacy
- A Game Plan for New Parents from Wrightslaw
- Advocating for Your Child - Getting Started
- Advocating for Your Child Tips
- Keeping Home Files and Records
- Communication Strategies (Includes 11 sample letters & tips on conflict resolution)
- Requesting Accommodations for Your Child Sample Letter
- Organizing Your Concerns
TRAINING/EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES FOR PARENTS
Workshops are available for presentation in your district. Please contact a SELPA Program Specialist at 661.636.4802 for more information.
For more SELPA sponsored presentations available in your district, please check out our Take-Out Menu and SELPA Event Calendar.