Jennifer Bernheim, a non-attorney educational advocate, is the founder of Right to Read Advocacy, an agency that offers advocacy services, IEP coaching, informational workshops, e-learning courses, and educational resources for parents of dyslexic thinkers.
As the mom of a dyslexic learner, Jennifer knows how challenging it can be to navigate the special education process in a public school district. She has seen firsthand the value of consistent communication, detailed record keeping, and progress monitoring. She helps parents demystify this overwhelming process and empowers them to support their child’s educational needs.
Jennifer has completed the esteemed Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates’ (COPAA) Special Education and Advocacy Training (SEAT) 1.0 course and is currently enrolled in SEAT 2.0. She adheres to COPAA’s Advocate Voluntary Code of Ethics.
Prior to founding Right to Read Advocacy, Jennifer spent 20 years as a public relations practitioner, providing strategic communications support for purpose-driven companies. She has a master’s degree in Communication Studies from the University of Rhode Island. She lives in Weston with her husband, their three children, and Australian labradoodle.