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By Courtney Burnett, SLPA
Ebooks are the perfect place to start for parents who need a little support or education.
You can only do better when you know better. Let’s learn together!
A membership community for fun, accessible speech support, and interactive activities
The Communication Club is a supportive home for parents of special needs children. Inside The Club we’re sharing fun, monthly activities you can do with your child to support their communication in merely minutes a day.
We’ve got an encouraging forum for parents to ask questions, support one another, and collaborate with other parents who get it.
And we offer training and resources for talking to and working with your child’s team, so you can finally feel like your kid is getting consistent support across the board.
Parenting a special needs child can feel isolating and overwhelming. Come join THE COMMUNICATION CLUB – we understand, and we want to support you!CHECK OUT THE CLUB
No-fluff information to deepen your understanding of AT, AAC, and IEP inclusion.
AT and The IEP, Plus 30 days of Voxer Coaching and Support
AT and the IEP Course. This course is for you if you want to learn more about IEPs and how to include Assistive Technology including AAC in the IEP program document. You will walk away with a better understanding of different sections of the IEP, how to use your parent input statement to advocate for your child, and where and how to document AT and AAC in your child's IEP. No more worrying about how to document AT, no more wondering how to ask for staff training; all your questions will be answered inside the Assistive Technology and The IEP Course, which includes thirty days of Voxer support.
Free resources that will propel your IEP journey
Working with Courtney
I’m a disabilities advocate, IEP Coach, licensed Speech and Language Pathologist Assistant, and a mom of a child with disabilities.
What does that mean for you? I’m an expert who can help you navigate the complicated world of IEPs (and many more accommodations) while also understanding and making space for the emotional weight parenting a special needs child can carry.CONTACT ME HERE