At Middlesex Educational Services, we understand how confusing it can be to understand the educational supports and services available to your child. Meetings can be overwhelming, terminology and information is misunderstood, and you want to ensure your child is receiving the appropriate services in order to reach their potential and be successful.
At Middlesex Educational Services, staff are well-versed in educational supports and services, including, but not limited to: Individualized Education Plans (IEP), 504-Accommodation Plans, Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP), and Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA). Our Educational Consultants meet with parents/guardians to help navigate their child’s educational plan. Consultants will review educational plans and assessment results, explain the different supports and services available under the law, answer any questions, and help families understand the rights and supports available to students.
- Reviewing all educational information, including current and former plans in place, any and all assessment information, and any referrals for services
- Detailed and easy to understand information regarding the supports and services available to your child
- Time to ask any questions regarding your child’s specific areas of need
You will be provided with detailed notes of the conversation including all recommendations, terms to understand, and any other pertinent information discussed
Special Education Advocacy includes consultation with parents, review of records and evaluations, recommendations, attending PPT meeting and advocating for student needs and rights. Advocate will act as a liaison between the school and parent.