Take Action for Learning and Attention Issues: Advocacy Toolkit [web resource] [downloadable]
Becoming an advocate starts with getting your child help and support. This toolkit is the first of many that Understood is creating to help guide you through that process. It offers a range of actions that you can take to help spread the word about the 1 in 5 and connect people to Understood’s resources.
Download the toolkit for ideas on how to engage and collaborate with other parents in your community to work together.
The toolkit offers:
- Tips and steps to help you tell your own story
- Ideas for talking to your child’s teacher
- Resources to help you spread the word and connect with people
Additional resources are available on Understood.org. Understood is a nonprofit organization that was formed to help the millions of parents whose children ages 3–20 are struggling with learning and attention issues.
Also, check out the Advocacy in Action—Sharing Your Story to Make Change workshop by Meghan Whittaker, National Center for Learning Disabilities‘ Policy & Advocacy Manager and Robert Stephens, Sr. Manager, Federal Relations, presented at EdRev Expo 2018.
To schedule an evaluation or to get advice about your child’s challenges, call or email a CHC Clinical Services Coordinator at 650.688.3625 or email@example.com