Advocacy in Action—Sharing Your Story to Make Change

Meghan Whittaker, National Center for Learning Disabilities‘ Policy & Advocacy Manager and Robert Stephens, Sr. Manager, Federal Relations, share the latest federal policy developments relating to K-12 and college education for students with learning and attention issues and the opportunities for parents to take action and effect change on a large scale.

Slides

Learn how to use NCLD’s Take Action Toolkit – a resource to help parents become more involved in making change happen in their schools and communities.  Explore the steps parents can take to become advocates for their child and for all children.

Handouts

Talking Points to Advocate for Your Child
Parent Toolkit, Take Action Toolkit
Specific Learning Disabilities Conversations

Stay Tuned

Join the EdRev Community to learn about and have access to useful resources for the 1 in 5!