This recorded session is all about being an advocate for your child. Parents will learn what it means to be an advocate: leadership, organization, thinking critically are just some of the skills families can use when discussing their child’s development with professionals or people in their communities. Reviewing real-life examples we will review strategies and responses parents can use to be sure their voice is heard.
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