I’ve been in the educational field since 2004. As a teacher I have worked with elementary and middle school students in both private and public school settings. I have worked with students across the grades and have differentiated lessons for a wide variety of learners.
Over the years I have found that many parents want guidance in better understanding the educational needs of their children. Some families need advice on selecting the school that is right for their child. There are many options available in the Boston area and deciding between them can be difficult. I went through this process for my own children when they were young. Others want to begin exploring the special education process. Unfortunately this process can be difficult to navigate as the regulations are far from transparent. Having an advocate familiar with the process can help make the process more manageable.
I believe in creating partnerships with a purpose, and always striving to meet a family's needs. When you work with me, you should expect a collaborative and consistent advocate for your family. Want to learn more? Contact me for an free 30 minute consultation.
Massachusetts Licensed Elementary School Teacher
Experience working in Public schools as well as Independent Private Schools
Education and Advocacy Training
Masters Degree from Rhode Island College in Elementary Education
Masters Degree from Columbia University in Arts Management
NASET Certificate in Special Education Advocacy
Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Training
The Carroll School - Making Math Class More Like Mathematics
Landmark School - Connecting Language Instruction: Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking
Member of Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA)
Member of the National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET)
Member of the Special Needs Advocacy Network, Inc (SPaN)