School Transitions

At Vested Advocates, our team ensures that school personnel help students successfully and safely navigate the various challenges that often accompany school transitions.

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Expert Advocacy & Support

Our advocates specialize in assisting a variety of learners, including students with Autism, mental health challenges, and disabilities, obtain assistance with school transitions.

We regularly guide students and families toward actualizing alternative placements, appropriate public school placements, direct teacher support, middle-school- and high school-centric planning, and time management and scheduling supports.

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Private & Confidential

Whether you’re hesitant about receiving help or you value your anonymity, our advocacy team is always discrete and respectful of your family’s privacy.


In Person or Video Conference

Vested Advocates consultants offer educational advocacy in person and via private, secure video conference, adapting to your schedule as needed.

Link to: Our Advocacy Center

Making the Most of Your School Transition

Get the Guidance Your Child Deserves

While moving to a new educational environment can offer a world of possibilities, many students struggle with school transitions. Having the right support can make all the difference.

Our advocacy team works with parents and schools to create transition goals, monitor progress, and modify strategies accordingly, leading students toward outcomes that align with their strengths and new learning environment.

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Educational Advocacy
That Empowers.

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Our Business Office

Vested Advocates

200 Cordwainer Drive
Suite 201C
Norwell, MA 02061

Hours of Operation

Mon-Fri: 9:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Sat & Sun: 10:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

We Work With:

K-Grade 5
Grades 6-8
High School
College Students