Being an advocate means speaking up for your child with additional needs. You might need to advocate if your child can’t speak up for himself.
If you have a child with disability, you’ll work with many disability professionals. Our guide explains what to expect and what to do if there’s a dispute.
This guide explains what to expect in first meetings with child disability professionals and service providers. It includes a checklist for meetings.
If you have good partnerships with disability professionals and disability services, you can help your child with disability get the best possible support.