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ADVOCACY

Advocacy comes in many forms; advocating for yourself, your child, processes within the school system, accommodations in the work setting and others.  The laws can be difficult to navigate and at times conflicting.

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rofessional resources are available for a fee, however you may find many times you can educate yourself through local support groups and free resourcesClick on the pictures above to access well respected sites and resources to begin your journey of self- advocacy.






Sen. Cassidy chairs the senate testimony panel of experts on Dyslexia.   Dyslexia is referred to as the #1 reading disability. This hearing is a call to action to implement evidence based solutions to remedy our current educational structure.


Take a few minutes to watch this clip from C-Span with Sen. Cassidy from Louisiana.  Support throughout our government structure can make a powerful impact. Consider contacting those who advocate to encourage them to continue!