Let’s Talk About Helping Parents Navigate The SPED & IEP Process


Scenario 1

Where your child doesn’t experience sensory overload at school.

Scenario 2

The school staff possesses the knowledge to provide effective support for your child.

Scenario 3

Experience restful nights knowing you understand your child's IEP and have the advocacy skills to secure their needed supports.

So parents, are you prepared to gain a clear understanding of your child’s IEP and secure the necessary support they need?

As a parent, you seek the best possible assistance for your child, yet the school repeatedly asks for signatures and employs the same methods without success.

You’re weary of feeling unheard and frustrated by ineffective approaches and eager for genuine support tailored to your child’s unique needs.

You’ve had enough of the poor communication and the lack of answers. I understand your situation because I’ve experienced it myself. I’m excited to offer my assistance; my virtual services are available nationwide!

Our Vision

Empowering every child with special needs to flourish in a world where inclusion, support, and opportunity are the foundation of their success.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide unwavering support, advocacy, and resources to parents and caregivers of children with special needs, ensuring that every child receives personalized attention, education, and opportunities to unlock their full potential and lead fulfilling lives.

Ways in Which I can Lend a Hand

IEP Review

  • Reviewing the student’s academic and developmental progress.
  • Analyzing the effectiveness of the current services, accommodations, and
  • Identifying any changes in the student’s needs.
  • Discuss any new goals or adjustments to existing goals.
  • Ensuring that the IEP complies with special education laws and regulations.

Parents Inputs/Concerns

  • Review the IEP
  • Collect supplementary details
  • Compose a letter that highlights your input and concerns

Package with a 3-hour work duration

  • An IEP assessment, along with a written summary of recommendations and

  • Assisting and offering support, which could involve actions such as sharing
    available accommodations/modifications, drafting emails, sharing resources, and answering questions, etc…

IEP Meeting Prep

  • Assessment of the existing/future IEP
  • Offering suggestions and addressing inquiries
  • Post-meeting follow-up for reviewing notes/questions

Participation in the IEP meeting

  • Preparation for the IEP meeting
  • Participate virtually in the IEP meeting
  • Assist with collaboration when required
  • Conduct follow-up after the meeting

Your Donations Will Help Parents And Their Children With Special Needs Navigate The Complexities Of The Education System And Empower Both Parents And Children To Thrive!

Learn And Grow

Your contributions alleviate the stress of IEP meetings for parents and children!

Children and families depend on our Parental Assistance and Support (PAS) for a range of services, including meal planning, organizing therapy sessions, managing IEPs, offering emotional and financial support, and helping with errands on Saturdays, among others. I am here to assist you in addressing these challenges.

Let’s Chat!

Book a call with us today to discuss how we can help.

Empowering Potential, Embracing Diversity: Together, We Thrive.


ABG Special Education Consulting is a 501(C) (3) Non-Profit Organization established to help parents and their children with special needs navigate the complexities of the education system and empower both parents and children to thrive. All Donations are Tax Deductible.