Helping parents successfully navigate the special education & gifted maze, Pre-K thru 12th grade, through intuitive – insightful consultation and direct negotiation, since 1998.


Creating the best educational plan for your child requires a set of decisions which will last a lifetime. The guidance, insight, and expertise of a professional advocate is instrumental to getting the job done right whether through an IEP or a 504 Plan.  Through an intuitive understanding of kids, from a dynamic approach to intervention, our practice supports partnership and collaboration based upon years of experience as an Advocate, Consultant, Principal, Teacher, Coordinator, and Parent.  

Most notably, our work creates a bridge between home and school in these critical times. The measure of our success is guided by mutual understanding, collaboration and strength-based interventions.  Nationally recognized as one of the leading advocacy resources anywhere, our expertise is based upon complex case work including:  Autism, ADHD/ADD, Behavior Intervention, Specific Learning Disabilities and Gifted Education.  Larry is one of the most insightful education consultants working today!

Consider this, if you have been down this path for years, and have experienced frustration, just know, you have finally found a resource which can make a difference for you and your child!  On the other hand, if you are just starting out on the special needs path, you will appreciate the guidance and support available through our services for no one should ever go it alone!: Read more about us.

Sometimes your child is a puzzle.

Working with your child’s school should never be.

If you have not already, give us a call now at (206) 914-0975!


Watch an introduction message from Larry Davis, Founder

A Summer Letter to Teachers

Sometimes one needs to take the path less traveled to truly access insight, learning and personal growth. In my case, I decided teaching Middle School Social Studies, in addition to running the advocacy business, would be the adventure I was to follow for school year 2014-2015.  Now, with a few days of rest behind meContinue Reading