Help For Parents in
- Whatever your child’s disability:
- emotional disturbance
- speech or language impairment
- specific learning disability
- visual impairment
You can count on Parent Advocate Ed Brostoff to work on your child’s behalf. He will translate the jargon of educators into ordinary language so that you are completely informed each step of the way.
Ed Brostoff will be at your side before, during and after the I.E.P. (Individual Education Plan) meeting and other meetings if needed to advocate for you and your special needs child.
He’ll help to obtain special education services to meet your child’s special needs. This includes where those needs take place (placement), the special educations services and related services such as speech therapy, occupational therapy. assistive technology, and counseling.
Ed Brostoff, an experienced advocate, retired teacher, and has a special sensitivity to parents’ concern about their child’s needs.