Adversity presents itself in many forms. For instance, families may be facing difficulty with a complex issue or diagnosis such as a learning disability (LD), neurodiversity (ASD/Autism). behavioral issues, and/or mental health concerns, and are looking for placement support. They may be addressing challenges with their respective school district in regards to assessments such as IEP's, 504 Plans, etc. The district or school may be falling short of its responsibilities, e.g., not fulfilling services, etc. In some instances, parents (separation, divorce, court proceedings, etc.) may be in disagreement regarding which school or district a child/children should attend, leaving it up to the court(s) to make a decision as to where the students will attend school and which parent to live with. In these cases and others, you may be in need of an educational advocate.