Bright Inclusive Diverse Equitable Accessible

(Bright I.D.E.A)



If your child is diagnosed with a disability, it can feel overwhelming as you try to find resources to help your child navigate through different social settings, behavior issues, learning delays, and even physical limitations. At Bright IDEA, we are your partner in the community, your steady advocate for your child. With our person-centered, data-driven, evidence-based approach, we help to facilitate solutions for students, educators, and partners to work together to ultimately provide the education, tools, and support necessary to embrace diversity, advocate for inclusion, and achieve success in our 21st-century global society. We specialize in Section 504/Americans with Disabilities (ADA), the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA), and the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) implementation and compliance. With Bright IDEA, we believe every child deserves a chance to shine.

Students & Parents


As a parent of a child with disabilities, you understand the importance of providing your child with the best resources possible to meet their individual needs. Our special education advocacy training and support program provides you with the information you need to advocate for your child to ensure they have the best possible educational experience, even if they attend a public school.



As an educator, you have a mission to provide a positive learning experience for all children to thrive regardless of disability. Bright IDEA saw the lack of special education resources across our country, leading to children not being able to reach their full academic potential. We provide quality professional development training and guidance to educators who need to learn how to advocate for their students no matter their abilities.


Whether you are an organization or business that works directly with children or not, there is always room for improvement and implementation of diversity and inclusion training. In today’s world, everyone has the right to request business or services no matter their capabilities or special needs. As a business or organization, your employees must be trained properly to avoid discrimination. Working with diverse special needs within your community can help empower and create welcoming environments for children and adults with different abilities.

Courses & Services

We offer both our guidebooks, “The Special Education Guidebook Series: IDEA Need-to-Know Laws, Policies and Procedures for Parents and Teachers of Children with Disabilities”; and “The Special Education Guidebook Series: Section 504 Need-to-Know Laws, Policies and Procedures for Parents and Teachers of Children with Disabilities” to provide you with valuable information to support your child’s social and educational needs.

While guidebooks are great, at Bright IDEA we understand the importance of visual learning. With that in mind, we also created two training programs for you to use to break down special education advocacy in terms that are simple to understand and easy-to-follow modules.

Meet Our Founder

Dr. Rolanda Fabien

Dr. Fabien, a dedicated wife, mother, and educator, is specially trained in Advocacy, Diversity, Special Education, and Leadership. She sets the vision for Bright IDEA Consulting, and her mission is to ensure ALL are supported and treated equitably in nurturing and collaborative environments.

What Our Clients Say About Us

“These courses are a must! This was the 1st IEP meeting where my wife and I were totally prepared and knew just what to ask. It feels good to know my stuff!" ~Stephen W., Parent
“I hired advocates before, but that didn’t help us as parents. Through this course, I learned how to work with the teachers AND get exactly what my daughter needed.” ~ Catherine S., Parent
“Hearing my child has a disability was hard. We were overwhelmed and terrified. The information and support were what I needed to be more informed and less afraid.” ~ Marisol G., Parent
“Bright IDEA helped to shift our company’s culture to improve staff relations, avoid a few EEOC landmines, and be more representative of our customers. Definitely worth the investment!” ~ Peta C., VP Operations
“I learned how to help my students with disabilities which made me a stronger teacher for all my students and a better leader for the teachers I support.” ~Brigitte R., Teacher Leader
“We always struggled in IEP meetings. Now, we know just what questions to ask and learned how to work with the school to get the help our son needs.” ~Jean S., Parent

Bright Inclusive Diverse Equitable Accessible

(Bright I.D.E.A.)

Courses & Services

Our Special Education Guidebook Series is ideal for getting parents, educators, and community partners on the same page about Section 504 and IDEA laws and statutes. It sets a foundation for positive collaboration between students, parents, support agencies, IEP teams, and 504 teams. Most importantly, these self-paced courses are essential for getting the best outcomes for students with different abilities.

Imagine going to a meeting where YOU feel entirely prepared, YOU understand the technical terms, YOU connect with the other participants, and YOU get the services your student needs. You don’t have to imagine. YOU CAN do all this and more without an expensive advocate or attorney!! View our courses and learn how.

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Feature Videos & Blogs

Video: Special Education Plans

Blog: Special Education Plans

Get In Touch

Learn about more ways we can help.

We can do more together than you can do alone. Let’s bring our abilities and passions together to get actual results. There are many ways we can support you. Contact us to learn more about special education advocacy training and other services we provide.

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