Ken Maxwell


Ken Maxwell
Ken Maxwell is a special educator, psychologist, and educational advocate, who has worked extensively, for more than forty years, with students who have learning disabilities. In this time he has helped parents successfully negotiate for the services needed to help their children succeed, and he has learned an abiding truth: a parent can be their child’s best advocate.
Ken lives in Agawam, Massachusetts, and has four children and ten grandchildren. He loves to read nonfiction, especially in the areas of psychology and spirituality. He’s a fan of the New England Patriots, U Conn women’s basketball, and premier events in tennis, golf, track and field, skiing, and swimming.

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Becoming Your Childs Best Advocate
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 36,670. Language: English. Published: April 25, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Education & Study Guides » Special education / learning disabilities
This book shows parents of the learning disabled child how to become well informed, confident successful advocates.Key topics include: changing your child's outlook to a belief in success, understanding test reports, special education law, collecting meaningful information, finding proper support, preparing for high-stakes meetings and dealing with a finding of non-eligibility.

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