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Parent Coaching


We grow when we are surrounded by a community of like-minded people:  to feel encouraged, share ideas, and find out what works best for kids!

Tools and Strategies

Not every child fits "inside the box" of traditional learning.  With coaching, discover the possibilities for your child as you learn more about how learning can be more accessible, engaging, and flexible.

Weekly Coaching

When you have a child with a disability, there is so much to know!  Weekly coaching is a place for growth, discovery, and a safe place for problem-solving with real solutions for home and school.

IEP/504 Plan Support

Now that your child has an IEP or a 504 plan, is it being implemented in the classroom?  Does it contain everything that your child needs?  Learn what questions to ask, what to look for, and how to best advocate for your child at school.  

Workbook and Reflection

Dig deeper into what your child needs, get a handle on all of the new "verbiage" that is used at meeting, and reflect on your child's successes.   This is when questions may arise that can lead to huge shifts in what's possible!


There is no such thing as a silly question!  Sometimes there are questions you don't even know you have until you are given new information and your thinking is challenged.  In our coaching sessions, you'll get your answers.

"DJ helped us understand how to support our son's basic reading skills and share with his teacher."  

Melissa, parent

"DJ is a great problem solver!  She helped us organize our mornings so they are not so chaotic!"  

Alyssa, parent

"I feel like I can support M's new teacher in knowing what he needs to learn; I understand his IEP."

Jerrie, parent

""My daughter, S., feels so much more supported in school.  I feel like she is really learning; she's getting it!"

Mitchell, parent

Did you know ...

Forty-four percent of parents of students with cognitive disabilities reported that schools abandoned their child’s legal right to access an equitable education when they moved to remote learning (R. Lake, "How Are Kids with Disabilities Doing Post-COVID? Shamefully, We Still Don’t Know", 2022).

There was a sharper drop in assessment results for students with disabilities than for other children (National Assessment of Educational Progress, 2022).

Nationally, 45% of schools reported at least one vacancy in special education teaching staff positions (National Center for Educational Statistics, 2022). 

During the pandemic there was limited access to special education accommodations and adapted materials for play-based and educational activities for young children enrolled in Early Childhood Education programs (, 2020).


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