Instructor: Pam Lindermann

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For the past 18 years, Pam has been helping families advocate for services from the public school system. The founder of the IEP Advocate, Inc., Pam and her team have built the largest private educational advocacy organization in the state of Florida. Whether it's getting the child eligible for an IEP, attending an IEP meeting, managing very difficult cases against school districts or teaching one of her popular advocate training classes, Pam's mission is to educate, encourage and empower parents so they can be better advocates for their children.

Classes by this instructor

100 Free Services Available From Public Schools
100 FREE SERVICES AVAILABLE FROM PUBLIC SCHOOLS - SCPW1002 Enlightens parents about the rights and numerous free services and accommodations available to children through public schools.

July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022, CourseWebs
The McKay Scholarship for Individuals with Autism
THE MCKAY SCHOLARSHIP FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH AUTISM - SCPW1004 Educates, encourages and empowers parents to be better advocates for their children, presented in a workshop format. Covers McKay Scholarship eligibility, managing difficult cases with school districts and educational advocacy training.

July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022, CourseWebs
The Difference Between a 504 Plan and an IEP
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A 504 PLAN AND AN IEP - SCPW1005 Explains how a 504 plan and an IEP are significantly different, and how the accountability on the school's part is also vastly different. Teaches what can or can't be expected from the school with each of these plans, and why one may be better suited for your child than the other.

July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022, CourseWebs
Transitioning from High School into Adulthood
TRANSITIONING FROM HIGH SCHOOL INTO ADULTHOOD - SCPW1006 Provides a basic overview of how the public school district is obligated to help high school students transition into college, vocational programs or regular jobs. Covers how the transition plan may be inadequate or inappropriate, and what the school district should be doing to help.

July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022, CourseWebs