by RFM Founder, and parent
of a special-needs child,
Michael A. Boylan
Weekly Webcast—Creating Urgency Program
Better Advocacy & Access for Caregivers of Special-Needs Children
Being an effective advocate for your special-needs child with autism, ADHD, Down syndrome, Asperger’s, epilepsy, diabetes, blindness, Williams Syndrome, Muscular Dystrophy, or another of the other numerous physical and/or cognitive diagnoses requires that you be skilled at getting in the doors to doctors, specialists, therapists, school administrators, healthcare officials, lawyers, government officials and beyond. You have to ensure you get the attention necessary from the right people and the best services available for your child. Are you as skilled as you should be in this area? Most caregivers are not!
The various institutions and situations caregivers have to navigate can be difficult, complex, frustrating and often ridiculous, as it sometimes can seem next to impossible to get the attention you need or deserve when advocating on behalf of your special-needs child.
Enter The Circle of Leverage System and a track record of 20 years of helping people quickly and effectively get access to whomever they need to see or talk with. It is a proven system for creating the urgency and attention you need in order to draw attention to a particular injustice or get the services you need. It’s tailored for situations in which you need to create leverage to get a particular thing accomplished on behalf of your child. This system is powerful and it works! We recommend you learn how to use it for the myriad of situations you’ll need it for—time after time. It is an amazing tool to help you be the best advocate you can be for your child.
Webcasts begin November 2016