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I work to ensure that​ individuals with disabilities receive the services they need to maximize their full potential. 

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About me

Laura has over 10 years of experience in the field of education. She helps families navigate the IEP process and advocates for student needs. Having experience with the IEP process both professionally and personally, Laura is uniquely positioned to support students and their families and is deeply committed to assisting students with disabilities. 

About Me

My Services

Educational Advocacy

Navigating the IEP process can be complex and confusing. I can help by:

  • Breaking down the process into manageable steps

  • Deciphering the educational jargon thrown your way

  • Assessing evaluations and services offered

  • Advocating for additional services

  • Assisting with transitions - whether your student is transitioning from elementary school to middle school, or from high school to post-secondary adult world


​Sometimes, the IEP process can get contentious. In order to ensure your student receives the services to which they are entitled, I partner with families by:

  • Setting a strategy for the mediation process

  • Attending mediation sessions with families

Additional Supports

The needs of each client are unique. I am here to support you and your student as you navigate the complex systems inherent with disability. Additional services include:

  • Connect clients with educational supports

  • Connecting clients with outside agencies


Book a free consultation

I look forward to speaking with you and learning how I may be able to support you. Our first conversation is complimentary. 

Hi, I'm Laura Dennison. I work with families to advocate for their students in the IEP process.


Laura’s advice was very helpful in obtaining an appropriate school placement and supports for my daughter. Moreover, her personable and compassionate approach made the IEP process less stressful.

It was very important to us that our team include advocates with extensive experience in IEP development and implementation, and in particular in our school system. 

Laura was able to empower us with the verbiage and resources in order to feel confident during the IEP process. We are so very grateful for her expertise and knowledge.

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“Part of the problem is that we tend to think that equality is about treating everyone the same, when it’s not. It’s about fairness. It’s about equity of access.”

Judith Heumann, Disabilities Rights Activist

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