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Meet Our Consultant and Tutors


Amy Wall

Educational Advocate and Consultant


Amy Wall is an advocate with more than 15 years of experience in the field of advocacy.  As a former special education teacher, she takes pride in working with school systems to come up with solutions to help students be the most successful they can be inside the classroom and out. Amy holds a bachelor's degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders and a master's degree in Early Childhood Special Education, both from James Madison University. She also holds a Certificate in Special Education Law and Advocacy from William and Mary School of Law.  Amy spent 7 years as an early childhood special education teacher before leaving the classroom to pursue advocacy.


As a teacher, Amy often advocated for the needs of her students, even when it was not the popular desire of other members of the special education team.  She knows that education is not a "one size fits all" model and thinking outside the box is critical in special education.  Special education is designed to meet the unique needs of each student and Amy knows how to find those needs and fight for them.  Amy has experience in autism, behavioral disorders, and trauma cases.  She has won multiple private placements, OCR complaints, and State Complaints.  Amy is trained in the Orton Gillingham Approach through the Orton Gillingham Academy.  She works with many children with dyslexia, dysgraphia and dyscalculia.

As a mother of 8 children, 5 of whom have special needs, Amy understands the strength and stamina is takes to advocate for your child.  Whether the child is self-contained in a special education classroom or in a general education classroom with accommodations and modifications to the curriculum, it is important for parents to be active participants in education process.  Parents are always the number one, best advocate for their child.  Amy can help you learn how to put your knowledge of your child to use when working with educational teams.

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