At last week’s Wrightslaw Conference in Wilton Connecticut, Pete Wright told the attendees to join a support group relevant to their child’s challenges. Then, he suggested that attendees join one other support group dealing with a different area of disability. Why? Because the issues are more common than one would imagine. The accommodations and modifications might differ, but the legal landscape is the same whether you are dealing with a child with dyslexia, ADHD, hearing impairment or any other interfering issue (I HATE the word disability – can anyone tell that I am avoiding it?!). The objective is to learn to harness legal rights to improve outcomes – individually and collectively.