An advocate can help you:

  • Understand your rights in the special education process
  • Assist in the process of determining whether your child needs special education services
  • Accompany you to school meetings
  • Analyze your child's IEP to ensure that it aligns with his unique needs
  • Gain a deeper understanding of IEP's, 504 plans, ETR's, IEE's, FBA's, RTI
  • Monitor your child's educational progress
  • Participate in a meaningful way in planning your child's education

  • Learn how your child's disability impacts her ability to make progress in school

  • Assist with discipline issues

  • Help you overcome disagreements with your child's school

  • ​Be the best advocate you can be for your child

Phone:     937-371-3615


​Address:  P.O. Box 199 Dayton, OH 45409


Link Support Services provides advocacy services for kids with all disabilities

and for kids who may be suspected of having a disability that is not yet identified

Amy Bloom, M.S., Ed.S. started Link Support Services in 2010.  The mom of 3 kids with special needs and a former school psychologist, she helps families understand the complex world of special education and develop skills to become better advocates for their children. Amy completed the year-long Special Education Advocate Training program through COPAA (Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates).