I often teach parents to become the leaders of their child’s education team. Some parents are thrilled at the thought of learning how to dictate. Other parents are scared that they now will be in charge of their child’s education outcome. Neither one of those outcomes are what we are truly trying to achieve.
A parent who learns to become the leader of their child’s education team creates more leaders for their child.
Can you imagine having several effective leaders working towards the end result of preparing your child for further education, employment and independent living?
Are you ready to stop trying to convince your child’s team to implement best practices and empower your child’s staff to work together for an even greater outcome than you imagined?