WrightWay Advocacy

About WrightWay Advocacy

WrightWay Advocacy provides a FETA (*see below) style group coaching workshop and retreat so that parents can be coached in researching information, developing advocacy skills, support, guidance, and assistance in related matters. We are working to provide FETA Study Group meetings which creates a group setting that will help parents gain knowledge and skills to be effective advocates for their children. Instead of showing their emotions to school officials, parents can bring their problems to the school team and assist the group with sound researched based foundation and actions. Selina would like to see each person that joins in on advocating is receiving comprehensive guidance about how to handle specific problems. From Emotions To Advocacy (FETA*) is a support group aimed at helping parents and families with special physical, learning or behavioral needs. FETA* was designed to help support parents in advocacy. Leave this workshop with skills for bringing your life back into balance and supporting your own needs as well as those of your child.

*The FETA style group is in part based on the Wrightslaw Book “From Emotions To Advocacy” is not in any way associated with this business but is a tool in working with our parents in advocating. There will be FREE and low-cost fees for membership and certain events.

What types of services do you provide?

Provide an extensive disability resource database that encompasses local organizations and businesses. These resources can be referred to families who request them.  We are always looking for organizations that catered to the disabled population, to add to our resource database.

WrightWay hosts monthly Parent Empowerment Circle for parents with disabled children or adults. We hold monthly workshops with a variety of topics that are designed to educate, empower, and encourage our families to advocate for themselves.

Programs under WrightWay include Soulum Circle (support specific for moms), workshops for parents and caregivers, and provide online content include self-care planning, how to navigate the "system" and develop supports including respite and in-home health and support advocating retreat called HERally, (Heart, Emotions, Respite, Allies Retreat) a quarterly in-person event hosted at a local conference center in the San Jacinto/Hemet Valley area. Future destination retreats include Joshua Tree, San Diego, Ojai, and other beautiful places (now that will be a total community and co-op effort). 


Upcoming FETA Parent Empowerment Circle

Usually Every Third Monday of the Month

We will have the next group on:

FETA Parent Empowerment Circle

February 25, 2019 (due to Holiday Week)

Time: 11:00 am to 12:30 pm.

Location: Shared at time of registration email. ►Link 

Free to attend!*

You must register* to receive all the details in order to attend. We are counting our numbers to solidify the need for WrightWay Advocacy to become a non-profit with social impact organization.