Advocacy Services For Parents
Advocacy Services For Parents
We believe that parents are the best advocates for their student throughout the school year! For some parents, their efforts to serve as advocates doesn't always turn out as planned.
Sometimes, the process of advocating for your student leads to frustration and confusion about what to do next. Some parents avoid talking to school personnel for fear that they will say the wrong thing. Other parents, wait until it is too late to meet with the teacher and discuss options for their students' challenges:
We Understand Your Struggles And Are Here To Help - Click Here To Contact Us And Share Your Story!
Our Advocacy Services are tailor - made for each parent/student who contacts us. We do not publish information relating to your concerns and respect your right to privacy.
We treat each concern that parents share with ALLPARENTSONDECK, as a unique opportunity to help another human being arrive at positive outcomes on behalf of themselves or their student.
Our Advocacy Efforts vary and seldom produce similar situations per family.
However, in an effort to help parents understand our organization - we have listed several of our previous encounters with parents.
PAST ADVOCACY EFFORTS:
#1. Some parents are forced to work third shift to provide for their families. We work with those employers and make them aware of the limitations that these hours place upon children, who are without a parent during the night hours, because the parent is working.
#2. We successfully advocated on behalf of a parent with a Fortune 500 company and arrived at an outcome that was amenable to both parties, without conflict or litigation.
#3. We encouraged networking skills and shared our knowledge of employment opportunities amongst the population of parents who are without employment.
#4. We referred several students to respective employers for Internship Opportunities.
#5. We worked with a family in the placement of their animal into another home, when the family member became ill.
#6. We conduct research on behalf of parents on school-related matters and report our findings accordingly!
#7. We are currently advocating on behalf of parents, for legislation and school policies that recognize parents for their levels of involvement.
#8. We met with school superintendents to apprise them of gaps in communication between parents and teachers.
#9. We work directly with school officials to make them aware of concerns that parents have raised about interactions between teacher and parent.
#10. Advocated On behalf Of Disabled Individuals For Services and The Provision of Information.
#11. Provided Emotional Support To families who grieved the loss of family members due to violence, death or incarceration.
#12. Met With School Superintendents To Share Concerns About A Lack of Recognition of Positive Levels of Parental Involvement.
#13. Encourage School Districts In Wisconsin To Digress From the Deficit Model and Resort To Recognizing Parents' Who Are Involved In Their Schools.
The End Result of What We Do Is Because:
We value the labor of love that each parent uses to motivate their student(s) throughout the school year.