Special Education Advocacy
We are parents, providers, family members, engaged citizens, and friends of varying abilities with a focus on disability issues that really matter!
This includes YOU!
MoDE Foundation invites you and your family to the 2nd annual Jest Murder Mystery fundraiser – The Comic Book Killer. Get your tickets TODAY to secure your spot!
Special Education Station/Legal Advocacy Fund
Assisting families and school teams to collaborate for better outcomes.
Do you have questions about your child’s Individualized Education Program (IEP), 504 Plan, or anything else related to special education? Join MoDE Foundation and community partners at the monthly free Special Education Station. This is a free monthly, walk-in event where advocates, attorneys and other community resources will be on hand to review and discuss your questions around special education.
Grants to cover the cost of legal or advocacy services are available, if additional assistance if needed beyond the Education Station. Grants are subject to application and approval.
Restroom needs should not limit people from living their lives as they desire.
Thank you to the College of Engineering at the University of Missouri for their partnership in creating the app!
MoDE Foundation is especially grateful to David Nykodym for initially creating this map for us!
MoDE Foundation offers grants for disability related issues with a focus on special education. Currently, grants may be available for advocates, attorneys, starting a special education parent group, and music therapy.
Since 2018, MoDE Foundation has supported the legislative advocacy work of Missouri Disability Empowerment (MoDE). The organizations partnered together to empower individuals with disabilities through grassroots advocacy and by promoting inclusivity. In the fall of 2022, MoDE Foundation took over the legislative advocacy work of MoDE.
MoDE Foundation is represented by one registered lobbyist in Jefferson City, as well as many volunteer MoDE Foundation advocates We believe anyone can advocate and should advocate. Often it is even a family affair!
News & Events
Jest is back to entertain your family with The Comic Book Killer! This year the show will be family friendly, so bring your kids for a fun afternoon. Costumes are encouraged, but not required. You can be creative and be your own original super hero or super villain.Continue Reading ->
On Sunday, July 30, 2023, the first SHINE production On the Other Side of the Fence will debut. This project has been such a wonderful opportunity and made possible in partnership with Giving Song, LLC, and a contract with Access/VSA through the Kennedy Center as a project site 2022-2023. ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE…Continue Reading ->