Educational Advocacy Services
For many reasons, a family may find themselves in need of an advocate to partner with and to support them with a variety of school-related tasks. These may include but are not limited to:
monitoring the student’s weekly progress on assignments
addressing obstacles related to learning disabilities and/or mental health challenges such as executive functioning, depression, and anxiety
communicating with teachers and administrators
providing advice about seeking additional services for the student
"Susan's “mindfulness tutoring” approach has proven to be extremely effective for my friend's child and my own child."
-High School parent (2019)
"I don't know how my family would have made it through this time without Susan's compassion and focus."
-High School parent, Milton Public Schools (2017)