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Areas of Advocacy
I work with my clients in a variety of capacities. Choose from the options below for more information.
How may I help you?
I provide consulting and advisory services in the following areas.
- School systems (IEP, 504 plans, General Education Inclusion, Private School resources)
- Funding sources – Governmental, Non-profit, private, community.
- Social outreach to communities and businesses.
- Family financial planning.
- Housing / Residential living
- Business development for People with Disabilites (PWD)
- Caregiver training
- Referrals to trusted professionals.
- School groups – classes, grades, and full school presentations.
- Trainings – teachers, first-responders, support staff, administrators, c-suite, and caregivers
- Abilities Awareness resources for all ages.
- Advocacy – local, state, and national topics including history, current policy, and outlook.
- Taking care of the Caregivers.
- Community Resources to look for in YOUR community.
- Government Programs for People with Disabilities.
- Money follows the person information.
Meet Larry Opinsky:
A St. Louis Special Needs Advocate
Larry Opinsky is a locally recognized disability advocate. He has been providing support to families and advocacy within the disability community for nearly 20 years. Larry is a 2003 graduate of Partners in Policymaking. He served as a Board member of Missouri Protection and Advocacy from 2007-2013 and as Board Chairperson from 2011-2012. During this time he participated in governance and policymaking to assist Missouri residents with disabilities that received…
KIND WORDS FROM MY CLIENTS
“Larry is compassionate and extremely informative. He helped provide us a sense of peace through a difficult time. His wealth of advocacy knowledge has helped shape our daughter and our family’s future.”
- The Roach Family, High Ridge