It’s confusing when your child starts showing signs of distress about going to school. This isn’t anything that we were trained for as parents.
Once this becomes a pattern, a disruption, or starts to cause a negative impact, then it is time to take immediate steps to help your child.
Section 504 regulations require a school district to provide a “free appropriate public education” (FAPE) to each qualified student with a disability regardless of the nature or severity of the disability.
Unfortunately only a small percentage of school professionals, therapists, educational advocates and policy makers understand school avoidance best practices. So, you must become the expert to ensure your child is getting:
The time passing slowly without progress is the worst feeling. It wouldn’t have taken five years of suffering and uncertainty if I had this expert guidance during my son’s school avoidance. We would have saved $29,000 in lawyer fees and $69,000 for private schools.