I help families excel! We believe that by supporting parents, we can help children thrive. Our team is dedicated to providing parents with the tools, resources, and guidance they need to excel in their roles as caregivers and advocates.
I empower parents to take ownership of their child's future by providing them with the knowledge and skills they need to make informed decisions and advocate for their child's needs.
We take a practical approach to parenting, focusing on strategies and techniques that are effective and achievable. Our team works closely with families to develop customized parenting and education plans that meet their unique needs and circumstances.
Our ultimate goal is to help families achieve exceptional results, whether that means improved academic performance, increased social skills, or greater independence.
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Stop Just surviving and establish a foundation for parenting and educating your child that allows them to reach their full potential.
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What types of disabilities do you support?We work with families of children with a wide range of disabilities, including but not limited to autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, learning disabilities, physical disabilities, and developmental delays.
What age groups do you support?We work with individuals of all ages, from infants to seniors. Our team is experienced in providing support and services that are tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual, regardless of age. We believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to reach their full potential, and we are committed to helping individuals of all ages achieve their goals and live fulfilling lives.
What is a Parenting Plan and an Education PlanThe Parenting Plan and Education Plan are the core concepts of the H.O.P.E. Plan. The Parenting Plan lays the foundation for how you show up as a parent, guiding how you communicate, discipline, set boundaries, advocate, and build a relationship with your. Meanwhile, the Education Plan identifies 3 to 4 essential components of learning critical to your loved one's long-term outcomes, guiding all decisions related to their education and learning. Together, these plans help families take ownership of their child's future through practical parenting, producing exceptional results.
How much do your services cost?Our fees vary depending on the services required. We offer customized packages and payment plans to meet the unique needs and circumstances of each family.
Latasha Barr Lewis is a nationally-recognized educator and advocate. With over 20 years of experience in education and 10 years as an advocate and Education/Parenting Coach. She has worked to help parents, communities, and employers reimagine the possibilities for individuals with disabilities. Latasha knows first-hand the obstacles parents and caregivers face raising children with challenges, as she is the mother of two teenage sons with varying support needs. Her oldest son is a computer and technology enthusiast and is on the autism spectrum. Her youngest son is an entrepreneur and is impacted by a traumatic brain injury.
Through her personal experiences and education, Latasha created a systematic approach to development that isolates and assesses emotions, behaviors, and learning to identify small processes that can be modified to produce significant results. Using this process, Latasha has worked with parents across the country using her signature H.O.P.E. Journal to create parenting and education strategies.
In 2018, Latasha and her then 9-year-old son, Camden, co-founded Cam's Coffee Company. Cam's Coffee Company was the first organization in the Piedmont Triad area of North Carolina to launch a social enterprise specifically to provide employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities. Additionally, Cam's has provided job skills training for students with disabilities from the local school system.
Latasha holds degrees in Early Childhood Education, Elementary education, and Science education. She is currently completing a doctoral degree in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment with a concentration in Special Education.