Every Child has the Right to Be Their Best

Every child must receive equal treatment under the law with the opportunity to rise to their highest level of achievement and be their best.

Every Child Must be Treated Fairly and Equally

Every child must be treated equally, without regard to race, creed, color, religion, income or beliefs.

Every Child Must Have a Special Defender

An advocate must be provided free of cost, just like a public defender is provided to those accused of a crime who are unable to afford one, to assure that they fully understand their rights and that their children receive fair and equal treatment under the law.

Parents/Caregivers Must be Treated with Respect

Parents and caregivers must be treated with the respect and kindness they deserve. 

An Ombudsman Must be Appointed for Dispute Resolution

In the event of a dispute between school districts and parents, an ombudsman will work together with both parties to attempt to provide conflict resolution.  Individuals in this role will be volunteers from the community who are attorneys, parents of children with special needs, or other interested parties approved by the majority of a group of individuals comprised of equal numbers of board of education members and parents of children with special needs.

The time has come - to make sure no child with special needs gets left behind

       The Drive for Rebecca, Inc.

       Tenafly, NJ 07670



Drive4Rebecca helps increase awareness of autism and asperger’s syndrome, raises funds for research and education, and helps parents become stronger advocates for their children with special needs.  Advocacy For All,  The Angel Certificate, Callous Rude & Incredibly Evil People, Heroes & CrIEPs, Your Child Handbook, Your Family Achievement Diary, Don’t Stare at Autism, Don’t Stare at Special Needs, Your Gratitude Diary, Building Better Lives for Children with Autism, Building Better Lives for Children with Special Needs, Special Defenders, The Make Me Feel Good Planner and The Special Needs Parent Zone and Special Education Bill of Rights are trademarks of The Drive For Rebecca, Inc.  (c) 2012 Jonathan Singer and Drive For Rebecca, Inc.  All rights reserved.

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