Help your child exceed all expectations.
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Experts said my son would need group home care as an adult. Today he is an honor student and college bound. I know how hard it is to be a Special Ed Mom!
Together we will find ways to help your child thrive!
Hello Special Mom!
Are you struggling with special education? Want to do more to help your child? Let my experience make a positive difference for you!
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T-shirts, mugs & gifts to bring humor to the special ed process.
What Parents & Professionals Say…
Bonnie is a connector of people from so many different modalities that come together to assist students, building a bridge of understanding between parent, educator, and a system that struggles to understand how all of these pieces fit together.Vickie Bockenkamp
There are not many people as uniquely experienced who can assist so effectively and personally as Bonnie. The special education process is often, sadly, beyond basic logic and reasoning. An advocate like Bonnie is a necessity to survive and thrive for families in this path.Jeanie S.
I credit Bonnie with instilling in me the HOPE that my daughter will one day be an independent, contributing member of society. Bonnie didn’t even know me at the time, yet I sensed her passion for advocating not only for my daughter, but also for me.Barbara C.
Bonnie’s tenacity with staying abreast of the latest research on child development, special needs and navigating special needs administration is unparalleled. Whether one’s needs in these areas are light, moderate or extensive — Bonnie as an advocate and coach would be an immense asset.Amy B.
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Here are some fun t-shirts I have created to help us find some humor in this process. Keep smiling because in the end it will turn out okay, even if the journey is a bit bumpy! Click on the t-shirt images and you can buy them at Parent Tees, my Zazzle store! ...read more