Our Services


  • Help you navigate the special education process.
  • Advocate for the services your child needs.
  • Start a conversation with the district on your behalf.
  • Attend IEP meetings in person with you so you don’t have to face an entire Child Study Team, alone.
  • Sort things through all the paperwork you receive from your school district with you and help you understand it.
  • Help you understand your child’s IEP, its language, and technical terms.
  • Observe your child in the classroom, when appropriate, to give you a set of eyes and make program recommendations based on our observations, if necessary.
  • Assist you in understanding your child’s Behavior Individual Plan (BIP) and translate the ABA language into a language you can understand.
  • Stay current with the Special Education regulations, State and Federal Laws that prevail in the state of New Jersey.
  • Go through the evaluations the district does every 3 years (psychological, O.T., educational, speech and language, etc.) with you and help you understand what they mean so you can make decisions based on results you understand.
  • Help you bridge the gap, if any, between you and the child study team (CST) for better collaboration.
  • Frame your concerns to the district in a language the district can understand.
  • Translate the technical terms used by the district in English, for you.
  • Help you open the communication channels with the district and give you a voice so you can become a better advocate.
  • Draft dispute resolution proposals, state department of education complaints, letters, and written requests to districts, when applicable.
  • Refer you to an attorney who specializes in Special Education Law if the matter cannot be
  • Resolved at the level of advocacy.