Control the Narrative with Social Skills Advocacy
Get the Guidance Your Child Deserves
Most parents understand the value of social skills support. Sometimes, getting these services included in an IEP or 504 Plan or having them honored in school can pose unique challenges.
Additionally, students who have been diagnosed with Autism, Non-verbal Learning Disability, or mental health conditions often benefit from social skills accommodations.
That’s why our advocacy team works hard to put parents in the driver’s seat, allowing them to outline and construct special education plans that will benefit all aspects of their child’s learning.