Educational Advocacy Q&A

What is a special education advocate?

A special education advocate is a professional who helps parents navigate the complex world of special education. They understand the laws and regulations governing special education and can help parents understand their child's rights. Advocates can also attend meetings with parents and educators, help develop Individualized Education Plans (IEPs), and ensure that the child receives appropriate services and accommodations.

Do I need an advocate?

If you have questions about your child’s services or rights or having difficulty getting the school to respond to your concerns, we are happy to arrange a free consultation.

Can you provide legal advice?

No, we are non-attorney advocates. We can refer you to an attorney if needed.

Do you provide services in my area?

We provide services across the state of Texas. We offer virtual appointments should you not live within driving distance.

Can you help with 504 plans?
Yes! We are very knowledgeable about Section 504 and can attend meetings as well.

Do you provide advocacy services for children in a virtual school?

Yes! We can assist in special education, Section 504, and dyslexia services for all public and charter schools in Texas.

I am interested in moving forward with Plans to Prosper, how does that work?

Contact us to schedule a free 30-minute consultation. We will discuss your concerns and determine the next steps. We offer several options for our families that include a monthly subscription service, hourly rates, and payment plans.