Most people call me Ms. T. My pronouns are she/her/hers/ella.
I can totally relate to that overwhelming feeling when you walk into your first IEP meeting. It’s like a tidal wave of information crashing down on you! But I’m here to make sure you never have to feel that way again!
I came to special education advocacy organically by helping my boys. I am, first and foremost, a mom who has four neurodiverse children. I have lived through this process personally. I learned through trial and error and being told NO.
With over 20 years of experience in education. I’ve worked with families just like yours. Children with autism, ADHD, learning disabilities, anxiety, and sensory processing disorder. Or if your child is in grades K to 10th, we might just be the perfect fit.
Let’s join forces and give your child the support they need to thrive and work COLLABORATIVELY to develop an “end game” education strategy.
I hold Master Degrees in Education Leadership and Political & Justice Studies with a Post- Baccalaureate Certification in Autism Spectrum Disorders.
My education has provided me with a clear insight into what is happening in school from a leadership perspective.
I’m a proud member of the Master IEP Coach® Network and COPAA. I can’t wait to guide you with my skills and know-how on this IEP journey.
In addition, I have received training from the following