Alicia Tucker Advocate USA
Mrs. Tucker
Alicia Tucker

Mrs. Tucker has worked in the public school system for 26 years, working primarily with students with special needs. She has served as Special Education Team Leader and as Special Education Department Chairperson.

Advocate for special needs in Texas City

Alicia Tucker, is a Special Education Advocate in the Texas City area and is able to help parents get the best education possible for their special needs child. Alicia can attend IEP and 504 meetings to ensure that the school is providing the services your child needs

Services

How Alicia can help

Autism

Autism, a neurological condition, is characterized by differences in social communication and interaction, alongside restricted interests and repetitive behaviors.

Intellectual Disability

Intellectual disability is a condition characterized by limitations in cognitive functioning and adaptive behaviors, impacting an individual's everyday life and learning abilities.

Emotional Disturbance

Emotional disturbance refers to a condition in which an individual exhibits inappropriate behaviors, emotions, or both, leading to difficulties in social interactions and academic performance.

Oppositional Defiance Disorder

Children with ODD often exhibit stubbornness, argumentativeness, and a tendency to deliberately provoke others, leading to significant impairment in social, academic, and familial functioning.

ADHD

Advocates emphasize the importance of understanding ADHD as a unique neurological variation rather than a flaw, promoting acceptance, support, and accommodations for individuals with ADHD to thrive.

OHI

OHI is an engaging platform offering insightful content tailored to advocate interests, fostering community and empowerment through knowledge sharing.

Specific Learning Disability

A specific learning disability is a neurodevelopmental disorder affecting the brain's ability to receive, process, analyze, or store information. It can manifest in difficulties with reading, writing, math, or other cognitive processes despite average or above-average intelligence

Speech Impairment

A speech impairment refers to any condition that affects a person's ability to produce sounds correctly or fluently, or to use their vocal cords, tongue, lips, or other speech-related structures effectively.

Professional Development Courses

A few topics Alicia can present include: “How to help de-escalate a child with intense behaviors”, “How to utilize a Safe Place within the classroom”, “Using visuals effectively”, “Documentation and collecting data on IEP goals and behaviors” and “Building rapport with sensitive and students with challenging behaviors”. She can also tailor presentations to address specific needs of the staff

Special ED Advocate in Texas City

Every child deserves a free appropriate public education. Alicia is committed to advocate for your child’s individual needs. She understands the struggles that go along with trying to understand the special education system. If you are a parent in the Texas City area, Alicia Tucker will provide advocacy services that includes reviewing your child’s current paperwork, all testing that has been completed, current IEP and services your child is receiving through the school.

Special Education Advocacy near Texas City

Texas City area parents, if you have any concerns about your child’s special education services or accommodations, it is important to consult with a special education advocate who can help you understand your rights and options. No matter what your child is diagnosed with (Autism, ADHD, Speech, etc..) Alicia will advocate for your child to make sure his/her IEP is tailored specifically for your child’s needs and that it is being implemented with fidelity.

Testimonials

Alicia Tucker's customer say

James Wittenbrook
James Wittenbrook
2024-07-11
She is definitely in it to help the children! After receiving her info from a family member I’m super grateful for all her help!
Rebecca Grubb
Rebecca Grubb
2024-05-29
Alicia is an amazing advocate. She has been working with our family for over a year and I only have wonderful things to say. She is detailed, reliable, responsible, organized and everything you could possibly want as an advocate. In addition, she is a warm and kind person who really just wants to help families anyway she can. She has years of experience working with autistic children and even more experience working within the school system. I would recommend anyone to her who is looking for support navigating this extremely complex process or just some advice on ways to work with autistic children. If you are on the fence, just give her a call and have a conversation with her. I promise you won’t be sorry you did!
Patricia Perez
Patricia Perez
2024-05-17
It was a pleasure working with Alicia a few years ago. She was a great advocate for our students, always attentive to their needs and dedicated to doing what was best for them.
Kalpana Mobley
Kalpana Mobley
2024-05-16
Alicia Tucker has worked with special education children for a very long time.She is very patient and caring towards all her students. She has indepth knowledge of the ARD proces. Mrs. Tucker will work hard to get the needed accomadation for your child.
Margie Cioci
Margie Cioci
2024-05-16
I have worked as a regular ed teacher with Alicia Tucker for many years. She was always thinking and doing what was best for her students. She has a in-depth knowledge of children's development and abilities that she was able to use for her students' benefit.
Bridget Rivera
Bridget Rivera
2024-05-16
I worked with Alicia for 7 years at Alvin Primary School and in her classroom for 1 of those school years. She demonstrated a strong self motivation to work towards the success of each student meeting their individualized needs. She was empathetic and firm while encouraging them. She was also a great teammate treating me with the utmost respect snd gratitude.
Ashley Kirkpatrick
Ashley Kirkpatrick
2024-05-16
I had the pleasure of working with Mrs. Tucker at my previous campus. She is an amazing educator and advocate for all students!! Her goal was always for the IEP team to work together to meet the childs needs. If I ever need an advocate I will be using her!!
Katie Posey
Katie Posey
2024-05-12
Alicia was a great advocate for our kids. She tried to do and fight for what was best for each kid.
Lilibeth delacruz
Lilibeth delacruz
2024-05-11
I worked along side Alicia for a couple years. I learned a lot about special education from her. From the acronyms to the laws! Any question I had she would answer it. She is very knowledgeable with this. I now recommend her to my students parents if they ever need an advocate!
Crystal Gomez
Crystal Gomez
2024-05-05
Getting help from Mrs. Tucker assisted in reducing the stress and feeling overwhelmed in the ARD meeting. With her help my child made more progress, improved his skills and confidence, and felt happier going to school. We love Mrs. Tucker”! Crystal, Pasadena ISD
FAQ's

FAQ'S

In Texas City, as in the rest of Texas and the United States, individuals with intellectual disabilities have several key rights protected by federal and state laws. These rights are designed to ensure they receive fair treatment, equal opportunities, and appropriate services in various aspects of life. They have rights to housing, healthcare, free appropriate education, employment, and legal and civil rights. These rights are designed to ensure that individuals with intellectual disabilities in Texas City have access to the same opportunities and protections as everyone else, allowing them to lead fulfilling, independent lives to the greatest extent possible.

Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) is characterized by a persistent pattern of negative, defiant, disobedient, and hostile behavior towards authority figures. In Texas City, as elsewhere, common symptoms of ODD in children and adolescents include: refusal to comply, deliberate annoyance, blaming others, easily annoyed, and anger and resentment are a few. These behaviors can cause significant impairment in various aspects of life, particularly in social, academic, and family settings. It is important for parents, educators, and caregivers in Texas City to recognize these symptoms and seek appropriate interventions and support to help manage and mitigate the impact of ODD on the child’s life.

Individuals with autism in Texas City can greatly benefit from working with an advocate. Advocates have extensive knowledge of local, state, and federal resources available to individuals with autism. They can

connect families with support services, including educational programs, therapy providers, and financial assistance. Advocates act as intermediaries between families and Texas City service providers, ensuring clear and effective communication to achieve the best outcomes for the individual with autism. They assist in finding programs and opportunities in the Texas City area that promote social skills, helping individuals with autism build relationships and improve social interactions. Advocates can also provide training and resources to parents and caregivers, empowering them to advocate effectively for their child’s needs.

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