Navigating the world of IEPS, 504s, and all the other accommodations for your child with disabilities doesn’t have to be overwhelming . . . and you don’t have to do it alone!Join the Communication Club
Whether you need an IEP Review, a 504 Plan, or more in-depth coaching, I’m here to lend you my experience and knowledge to make this often-confusing process productive + less stressful.
My e-book resources are designed to give you emotional support and practical solutions. These books are an affordable option for parents who need support and answers.
“It is so refreshing to have somebody working with special needs children, who has a special needs child. This makes Courtney more compassionate, caring, and so much more understanding of some of the everyday challenges we as parents face raising these special kids.”
–Sonia, special needs parent
The Communication Club is a resource-packed monthly membership for parents of children with disabilities.
We focus on fun ways to play and learn with your child, with easy-to-follow monthly activities, resources, and training designed to help them develop their voice – through speech, communication boards, and other methods.
It’s also a supportive place for parents! We can’t easily turn to friends or family for advice – so we’ve built an engaging community who understands and is here to support and encourage one another.Explore the Club
Licensed SLPA, IEP Coach, and Mom to a Child with Disabilities.
There’s no way around it – life with a special needs child is hard. But raising a kiddo with disabilities does not mean you have to miss out on epic summer road trips or daily joy. You can have fun and enjoy life… you just need a little help! I’ve spent my entire professional career helping children access the power of their voice (this can happen in so many different ways!) and helping parents advocate and learn how to empower their own kids. And I’ve spent my entire motherhood raising, teaching, and empowering my beautiful daughter with disabilities. When it comes to IEPs, 504s, AACs (and all the other acronyms in the world of children with disabilities!), I know all of the information. I can help you understand complicated wording and confusing processes, so you know exactly what your child is entitled to and if it’s working. I also know the emotional side of parenting special needs kids, so I can help you overcome the parent-guilt, find joy, and even give you a shoulder to cry on if you need it. Together, we can do this!
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