Amanda Morin is an education writer and a special education advocate. She uses her experience as an early interventionist, teacher and a special needs parent to inform her work.
Ms. Morin holds a degree in education and has completed Special Education Law and Advocacy training. She is a member of the 2014-2015 cohort of the Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates, Inc. (COPAA) Special Education Advocacy Training (SEAT) program.
She is the author of three books, The Everything Parent’s Guide to Special Education, The Everything Kids’ Learning Activities Book and On-The-Go Fun For Kids. She is a contributing writer for Parenting Special Needs magazine and on the editorial team of Understood.org. Additionally, her work appears on many websites, including the the National Center for Learning Disabilities website, Education.com, PopSugar Moms and About.com.
She has worked with renowned experts to provide parents with accurate, up-to-date and actionable information on child development, parenting, and educational topics.
Ms. Morin knows that giving parents the tools to advocate for and teach their children is an empowering way to affirm the pivotal role parents play in a child’s education.