Abbey Butcher

Master IEP Coach®, Licensed Special Education Teacher, Special Needs Parent

I help parents collaborate with their IEP team so that they can get appropriate supports for their child's social, emotional or behavioral needs at school.

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Hello!  I'm Abbey.

I love IEPs!  So much so that I am a full time special education teacher and choose to help families make sense of the IEP process in my spare time.  And as Mom of neurodiverse children, I am passionate about using brain-based strategies to support children's social, emotional and behavioral needs within the IEP process.

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Do You Need An IEP Coach?

Do you have concerns about your child's social, emotional or behavioral needs being met at school?   

Does your child have an IEP? 

Are you overwhelmed and confused by the IEP process?   

If so, then we should talk!  You may need an IEP Coach who will take the time to understand your child's needs and teach you about the IEP process so that your child's needs can be met within their school day.

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Are you Ready to Partner in Your Child's Education?

I offer custom services to help you advocate for your chidl's education needs.

IEP Review

A complete review of your child's IEP documents and a report of findings.

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1-on-1 Coaching

Personalized coaching  customized to fit your family's unique needs.

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IEP Meeting Attendance

Additional customized support before, during and after your IEP meeting.

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What People Are Saying

"Abbey is not just another IEP coach.  She is also a passionate parent and educator that gets KIDS DO WELL IF THEY CAN.  I have known Abbey and her family since 2018.  If you are looking for help with navigating and/or having your voice heard in IEP meetings with behavior truly being understood, I highly recommend connecting with Abbey."

Debra Ann Afarian, Founder, Helping the Behaviorally Challenging Child (HBCC)

"Abbey's priority is to make sure each learner's needs are met whether it is in the general education or special education classroom.  Her motto is ' if plan A doesn't work, there are 25 other letters of the alphabet to try.'  Abbey is not afraid to think 'outside the box' when it comes to making sure her students's needs are met."

Brenda T., Special Education Teacher


"I couldn't think of anyone better to walk aside us on this journey."

Ashlie S., Parent