Your children’s educational experience is paramount. Every child deserves to achieve his potential and take joy in learning. Having the correct supports in place is the essential foundation for ensuring success in their journey. Unfortunately, this process of obtaining the correct supports can feel complicated and overwhelming. Small issues can rapidly grow into obstacles, so seeking guidance as soon as possible is critical. Our Educational Advocacy program, coordinated by Ms. Marvie Corbett, Director, is there to help. For over ten years, the professionals of Rebecca Resnik and Associates have been trusted collaborators at independent schools, special education schools and the local public schools. We have an extensive record of success working with special education attorneys and educational consultants to support our client’s needs. We have expertise in advocating for a variety of students, including those with Learning Disabilities, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Differences, Intellectual Disability, Chronic Medical Conditions, Genetic Differences, Anxiety (including School Refusal), children who were adopted, and the Gifted/2e.
Ms. Marvie Corbett, program Director, has served in Early Childhood Centers, Public and Private schools throughout her career. Marvie helps parents feel empowered and informed as they move through the process of advocating for their children’s education. Marvie knows the importance of skillful advocacy that strengthens the working relationship between Family and School. She also understands how to guide parents toward best options in more complex advocacy situations (e.g., requesting an IEE, a new school, or connecting with a trusted attorney).
Our Advocacy Services include:
School advocacy and liaison for ongoing support which can include:
Marvie will be happy to speak with you about how she can assist with the current educational needs of your child. She believes it is equally as important to empower each parent in tackling the moving pieces of your child’s education.
Please feel free to reach out to Marvie directly at email@example.com.