11924 Forest Hill Blvd. Suite 10A-373

Wellington, FL., 33414

         561-806-0966         

palmbeacheducationsolutions@gmail.com

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Palm Beach Education Solutions, LLC and any advocate, employee, or contractor working with PBES is a non-attorney representative. We do not guarantee any specific outcome.

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About Us

Hello and welcome to Palm Beach Education Solutions. Our firm was founded in 2018 by Ms. Ashley Rivello. Ms. Rivello is a Special Education Law Advocate, Reading Specialist, and Certified Teacher in the state of Florida. In addition to PBES, she owns and operates Dyslexic Einstein; a tutoring company for children with dyslexia and other language based learning disabilities.

 

Ms. Rivello graduated from Nova Southeastern University's Shepard Broad College of Law with her Master's of Science in Education Law along with two concentrations in Advocacy Law and Exceptional Student Education Law. She is a registered member of the Council for Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA); a community dedicated to protecting the rights of our children. She's the proud mother of two children; one with learning disabilities and one who is exceptionally gifted. 

 

In fighting for an appropriate education for her own learning disabled child, Ms. Rivello won her first Due Process case against the Palm Beach County School District in her first year of graduate school. She has prevailed against the school district in several state complaints relating to violations of FAPE (Free Appropriate Public Education) under federal IDEA laws. Her combined education, experience, dedication, passion, and commitment to special needs children has made for an outstanding reputation in the community for more than a decade. Please contact us today to schedule your free 30 minute phone consultation. 

"Teaching in the school district opened my eyes to the devastating realities special needs students face from the limited support and resources in the classroom, to the overwhelming numbers of untrained teachers. Having my own child misdiagnosed and fail at the one-size-fits-all approach to learning brought out my passion for wanting to make a change to special education. After resigning from the school district, I've since dedicated my career to advocating for children and families. Coming from a mother who has been in your shoes, I am committed to supporting you and your child every step of the way."

Ms. Ashley Rivello