Arnold Advocacy, Novato, CA
The Special Education Associate Advocate’s role is to support and advocate for clients through the 504/ IEP process, including, but not limited to: understanding of assessments, initial and re-eligibility, request for services, improvement on accommodations and follow through, as well as the implementation of appropriate behavior plans and behavior strategies. Additionally, the applicant must be able to identify the most appropriate least restrictive environment as well as the most appropriate placement. This work would be done with oversight, consultation, and collaboration with an experienced and well-established advocate with a robust clientele in the Marin County, California area. Work would include virtual support for IEP meetings, consultation with families, file reviews, as well as in-person classroom observations (including data collection) and placement visits.