PSP 101: How to Advocate for Your Child in School |504 Plan for Anxiety & OCD
Published January 14, 2019
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    Anxiety and OCD can bully their way into our children’s education. It can create anxiety when it comes to going to school, it can create anxiety at school and it can be a minefield of triggers for a child with OCD. So where do you even start advocating for your child. And how do you know when it is time to get a 504 plan for anxiety or OCD? That can be hard. Especially when many of our kids look on the outside like they are holding it all together? Anxiety and OCD can cause our kids to silently suffer, leaving teachers and school administrators clueless of the storm that is brewing underneath. In this week’s AT Parenting Survival Podcast episode I am talking to Kori from the site Kori at Home. She has had plenty of experience advocating for her children in the school system, and now she is making it part of her mission to share her wisdom with other parents. *** Check out Kori's site and her Parent Advocacy Course: *** Interested in my AT Parenting Community Membership? Click below to get added to my waitlist and be the first to hear when it opens up: Sign up for my weekly email newsletter:   To sign up for my online class on How to Crush Social Anxiety (for Adults & Kids 10 and Up):   To sign up for my online class: Parenting Kids with OCD   To sign up for my online class: Teaching Kids to Crush Anxiety   Ultimate list of helpful anxiety products:   For more parenting support visit:   To join my private Facebook group visit: For AT Parenting Online Classes visit:   For my anxiety books visit:   Join the fun on my YouTube channel: Other social places I hang out:
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