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Why We Don’t Do Summer School

I start counting down the days to summer break as soon as school starts in the fall. Being a parent of school-age children can be exhausting. Being a parent of a child with special needs on a school IEP is a whole different ballgame.  Both of my children are on IEPs. …
Michelle Tucker
May 12, 2021
DyslexiaAdvocacy

Dyslexia: What Has Helped Us

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month.  Dyslexia is one of the most common language-based learning disabilities, and it is estimated that 5-10% of the population have dyslexia. Both of my children are dyslexic, and I have spent many nights researching it to understand what it is and how it changes the way…
Michelle Tucker
October 18, 2019
IEP Meeting TipsAdvocacy

Tips for Surviving an IEP Meeting

Now that the school year has begun, we already have a couple IEP meetings scheduled to make sure the kids are on track.  For those of you who don’t know what an IEP meeting is, first off that’s awesome because you are not having to deal with them. Second, IEP…
Michelle Tucker
September 15, 2019
AdvocacyFeatured

Our Dyslexic Journey

I decided to write this post just in case someone out there is having some of the same school struggles as we’ve had. I want to share our dyslexic journey experience, so maybe someone starting this journey will be made aware of some of the things I wish I learned…
Michelle Tucker
July 19, 2019