"The heart of advocacy is...
understanding and communicating the unique ways children think and learn and applying that
knowledge to their daily lives while being honest, open, and working together as a team."
Jackie Waldie has been trained by and a member of The Council of Parents, Attorneys and Advocates and follows their code of ethics. Her special education advocacy style is one of diplomacy while still being direct and transparent with school teams. She is an experienced professional who is dedicated to helping students with disabilities reach their full potential.
Jackie's life's work has been all about the education of children. She believes with the appropriate interventions, instruction, and accommodations that all children can learn and live successful independent lives. With years of experience in education, she is committed to providing the best possible care and advice about special education to every family she serves.
Any advice or guidance on this website should not be misunderstood to be legal counsel or privileged or under the guise of medical/psychological advice. The opinions and content of this website are based on Jackie Waldie and Inspire Education's experience in education and COPAA's SEAT training. Jackie Waldie is not an attorney and does not offer legal advice. She is not a psychologist or a psychiatrist and cannot make a diagnosis. She offers ideas for students with disabilities and enrolled in special education.