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Rebecca Wise-Eklund

I'm Rebecca and if you've landed here, it might be because there is a child in your life that is struggling. Maybe it's with learning. Maybe it's with some intense behaviors. Well, I've been there as both a parent and a teacher. And sometimes I'm still there. Frustrated. Angry. Feeling like I'm failing my kids. Feeling like I'm a bad parent or a bad teacher.

If you feel like you're on a long and winding road and are feeling tired of the motion sickness, you've come to the right place.

I'm a teacher by experience and education. I've taught both general and special education and have children with special learning and behavior needs. I've cried lots of tears feeling overwhelmed by it all.

So, I've been there and here and everywhere looking for information, support, and solutions. Sometimes I found ideas that worked and lots of times I didn't.

Accessivate Learning was created as a place for you, as a parent, as a teacher, and yes, even for students to feel empowered, specifically serving families in Arizona.

 

Accessivate Learning is a space for cultivating access in thought, word, and action for those with diverse abilities.

*I am not an attorney and do not offer legal advice. I am not a licensed counselor or therapist and do not provide therapy of any kind.

School Supply

25 years working in education, including 15 years in the classroom teaching general and special education

College Lecture

Master's and Bachelor's degree in Education

All Hands In

Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates,  SEAT 1 Trained, Advocate Member

 

Council of Exceptional Children Professional Member

Holding Hands

Parent Volunteer,

Raising Special Kids

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