As our children’s parents and protectors, we need to be their largest advocate as well. In a world where society thinks it knows what’s best for our children, how do we do this? How do we fight for them and their needs, and why do we need to? Personally, what does it mean to advocate for my children? How do I become my child’s best advocate?
These are questions Julie Jones will help us answer today as we dive into how to advocate for our children and why advocating for your children actually matters.
As a mother of two daughters with hearing loss, Julie knew her journey was going to be a different one. Julie has 26 years of experience raising two daughters with hearing impairment and seeing them grow into happy, productive adults.
She’s been an advocate for her daughters every step of the way, and she has three practical tips for us on how we can do the same for our children.
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Links Mentioned in Episode
- Book: The Lemonade Stand 2
- Julie’s Website for Business Owners: www.mailboxpower.com/helpyougrow
- Julie’s E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Connect with Julie on Facebook @juliemj
Julie has been an entrepreneur for 18 years sharing her passions with others. She has a business helping business owners with their follow-up so they can build better relationships, get more referrals, and nurture the relationships with the customers they already have.
Julie is a co-leader for a networking group called Xperience Connections, and a team member with Master Networks, a networking organization.
Having her own personal health issues, Julie believes that health and wellness is important, and is always interested in learning ways to help herself and others. She enjoys hiking with her husband, going to concerts with her best friend, exploring new places and restaurants, reading, and movies.
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