Sunday, May 15, 2016


We are pleased to bring Jim Comstock-Galagan, Esq. to Lafayette, Indiana in a preconference session on Inclusion. Thursday, November 3, 7-9 p.m. Venue and cost to be announced soon!

If you have heard Jim present, I don't need to tell you how awesome his presentations are to folks. If you haven't heard Jim present, here is what others have to say about his presentations:

"Literally changed my life...."

"Amazing to hear him speak!!"

"Loved him !!"

"Made me see things differently for sure !"

"My dear friend Jim, he is the best?"

"How I'd love to go see him again."


Friday, November 4, 2016

Full Day Training 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Pete and Pam Wright will be doing a Law and

Advocacy training in Lafayette, IN. It has been

12 years since Pete and Pam have conducted a

training in Indiana. Please join us and spread

the word. Venue and Registration Fees will be

announced soon. Check back here, on 

Facebookor the the Wrightslaw website for 

Friday, April 10, 2015

The GLASS Advisory Board is having its annual meeting on Monday, April 20th at 11 a.m. If you have a special needs child or have an interest in special education, it is critical that you either attend this meeting or that you send someone to represent your family. If you fit neither one of these categories, I encourage you to attend anyway. If you are a taxpayer, a significant amount of your tax dollars are going to support a program that does not work for a number of our special needs children. Please come and support us.

I have been the only patron who has attended this annual meeting for the past three years. This surprises me, since I receive weekly calls from parents in Tippecanoe County who need assistance in obtaining special education services for their special needs children. In addition, there have been a number of families who have had to resort to due process hearings to obtain services for their children. This is another increase in tax funds that we are forced to pay in order for special needs families to receive the educational services their children have a right to receive.

I have been surprised during the last three Advisory Board meetings at the lack of interest our three school corporations have expressed in knowing about and understanding our critical special education services are in preparing our special needs students for further education, employment, and independent living. We want our children to become tax-payers instead of tax users. In order for that to happen, they must learn to read, write, and do arithmetic. That is not happening. 

I have many stories I could share about children who are intelligent, motivated, and come to school wanting to learn. But, because they have Dyslexia or another type of learning disability, they are allowed to fall through the cracks.

Please attend this important meeting or send someone to represent your family. Please feel free to share this email with other interested people.

Thank you for your interest in our children.

Patricia Howey
P.O.Box 117
West Point, IN 47992

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

New: Wrightslaw From Emotions to Advocacy program in Texas!

January 24, 2015: Corpus Christi, TX - From Emotions to Advocacy Training sponsored by the Autism Spectrum Resource Center. Speaker: Pat Howey.

I am happy to report that I will be presenting a Wrightslaw From Emotions to Advocacy Program in Olympia, Washington in October:

October 25, 2014: Olympia, WA - From Emotions to Advocacy Training co-sponsored by South Sound Parent to Parent. and Tulalip Tribes. This training is limited to Thurston, Mason and Grays Harbor County parents and professionals that are served by the sponsors. Speaker: Pat Howey

Tuesday, June 17, 2014


I was recently contacted by a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin who would like very much for Indiana to be represented in this study.

If you know a young adult with autism who qualifies, please pass this on this information.

Below is a link that provides more information. The application can be found at this link:

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

  • Do you have a child who has problems with reading and spelling?
  • Do you live in west central Indiana?
  • Are you looking for a summer program that helps your child from regression?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you now have an alternative to what your school has been offering. Sounds First is a reading program that has been tested at the Fortune Academy in Indianapolis. A local reading tutor, Jodie Hicks is available in Lafayette and Greencastle. Click here for more information about the Sounds First Reading Program. (The website just went up and not all information is available yet. Keep checking. This is a wonderful program just available in the west Central Indiana area.