The publication “is very much a passion of mine” to help parents have a greater knowledge of working with an Independent Educational Consultant. The guide is 250 pars of research-based information for parents. Mr. Davis has over 20 years of experience in health care. He is also trained as a clinician working in both psychiatric medicine and physical medicine and rehabilitation, including his experience as an Independent and Therrapejuci Educational Consultant. Mr. Davis has worked in the industry for over 12 years and has experience visiting schools and programs to meet parents' needs. As a graduate of Pepperdine University and Abilene Christian University, Mr. Davis has a wealth of knowledge and experience.
Topics include in the guide: where to locate a consultant, services we provide, placement options, typical placement options, and atypical placement, working with students with special needs, the cost of boarding schools, international student placement, visas,s, and changes in the current placement of students in the program in the United States as well as a discussion of boarding schools internationally.
This is a great resource for parents, and many of the topics address substance abuse in teens, advocacy for parents with special needs students, college placement, scholarships and funding for private education, college funding for education, and its impact on parents facing the future of their child's education. The guide has a note section for parents to keep notes on each chapter as they explore all aspects of working with an EC Educational Consultant.