Share Your Passion for Special Needs —
Become a Licensed Advocate of Protected Tomorrows
Do you have a desire to use your passion for special needs in a meaningful and rewarding way? Are you considering making a change or adding to your day-to-day professional responsibilities by taking on a new business endeavor? Become a Protected Tomorrows Advocate and share your passion with families with special needs in your community.
For more than 20 years, Protected Tomorrows has worked with families to identify and address their unique planning needs, resulting in a proven, holistic approach called The Process for Protected Tomorrows™. Our mission is to enhance the lives of individuals with special needs. Our goal is to reach every family with special needs — an ambitious goal considering that 20 percent of the US population is affected by special needs and the number of children with Autism has nearly doubled in the past decade (CDC). WE NEED YOUR HELP TO ACCOMPLISH OUR GOAL!
Protected Tomorrows is expanding our international network of licensed advocates — successful professionals with a personal understanding of the special needs community — to reach and serve families in every community throughout the United States and abroad. The typical Advocate possesses the spirit of an entrepreneur and the heart of an angel. Whether you are an educator, transition coordinator, special education professional, nurse, social worker, or someone looking to make an impact, if you want to feel more passion, and get greater fulfillment from life, this opportunity is for you.
As a Licensed Advocate, you will have the opportunity to work closely with families with special needs, help them start thinking about realistic goals for not only their loved one with special needs, but the entire family. You will learn how to: incorporate the family’s hopes, dreams and fears into a Future Care Plan™ for the individual with specials needs; help families identify future needs, caregivers and money people; incorporate the special planning that is necessary to the security and safety of the individual with special needs; interpret government benefits programs for individuals with special needs and explain them to families; plan for and find solutions for various transition stages — like what to do when the bus stops coming; and provide families with a concrete approach to Document the Wonder™ — documenting everything a future caregiver would need to know if they had to step into the primary caregivers shoes on a moment’s notice.
So — will you answer the call? Are you intrigued and want to learn more? We welcome the opportunity to learn more about you and your passion for working with families with special needs. Call us at 847-522-8086.