My name is Krista Barth. I go by many titles – IEP Advocate, Special Needs Advocate or Educational Advocate. They all mean that I am here to help your child achieve their full potential, both academically and behaviorally. My background:
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We arm you with information about the special education process, allowing you be empowered to make informed decisions. We:
With experience in creating and overseeing the implementation of measurable and meaningful IEPs, we are able to collaborate with parents and IEP teams in all stages of the process. We solve problems when conflicts arise, ultimately ensuring that the child we are serving progresses year to year.
If you are interested in working with us about a school-based issue, conflict or upcoming decision, book a free 15 minute consultation below.
Students with behavioral challenges have very specific protocols that schools must follow before considering moving a student to a more restrictive environment. Additionally, there are discipline procedures for students with disabilities that differ from the procedures in place for all students. We can help you navigate this arena.
If you are interested in working with us on behavioral issues, book a free 15 minute consultation below.
Every parent that has a child with special needs can benefit from the consultation with an expert in IEPs and 504 Plans. We are committed to students having what they need through the school system to be able to achieve their full potential, both academically and behaviorally. We offer free 15 minute consultations. We believe that all children are born capable of greatness.
Lauren Stradley is an advocate with My Educational Solutions who specializes in communication disorders. Lauren Stradley began her career wanting to help children and families when she pursued her Bachelor’s in Communication Sciences and Disorders back in 2010.
I approach advocacy and IEP coaching differently than most folks. Part of that is my background, which is in sales and finance rather than education and administration. My past workplaces solved problems instead of minimizing or hiding them.
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