As we advocate for our children, there are many meetings with professionals that must take place. Preparing for these meetings can be a little overwhelming. Whether it is an IEP meeting with your child's educators, or follow-ups with doctors, or therapy sessions with speech, occupational, or physical therapists, or any other meeting with a professional who can make a difference for your child's development, you want to have certain things in place. Join us for five tips to help you be the best advocate for your child during these meetings.

Five Tips to help you best advocate for your child during meetings with professionals:

1. Dress Up

2. Take a Notebook

3. Be a Team Player

4. Display an Attitude of Gratitude

5. Be Willing to Listen to the Other Side

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