Provides a variety of workshops in local communities on educational rights and issues, advocacy and collaboration. As well as a comprehensive advocacy training program for those who wish to assist parents with special education issues.
Provides workshops that help parents work with their own strengths and successes, providing concrete written materials to expand their skills.
Provides a workshop to help parents better understand and navigate the MassHealth system providing an explanation of eligibility, premiums and and access to medically necessary services.
Recruit volunteers to be Special Education Surrogate Parents (SESPs), and provide orientation training and ongoing support to all SESPs. SESPs volunteer to make education decisions for students whose parents are unable to do so.