All children have the potential to learn and experience success in school when they receive the appropriate support they need, and this includes students with learning differences.
Bright i.d.e.a.s. is an Advocacy and Educational Consulting Firm providing support and guidance to families with special needs children and children needing extra support in school.
Whether your child has already been deemed eligible for special education services, or if your child is in need of additional support beyond what they are receiving in the regular classroom, let us help maximize your child’s educational experience this school year.
By understanding your child’s strengths and weaknesses, Bright i.d.e.a.s. can assist with the development of your child’s educational goals.
This all-encompassing approach to advocacy embraces a collaborative relationship between student, advocate, parents, teachers and school administrators to ensure students achieve their educational goals.
Here's a little bit about our founder...
Anne Rocco Prickett received her undergraduate degree in Special Education from the University of Alabama in 1989. She earned her law degree in 1992 from the University of Alabama School of Law. She worked as an attorney before obtaining a position with the Collier County Public Schools in Naples, Florida as a Special Education Consultant and teacher. After moving to Tennessee, Anne worked for the Williamson County School System as a support teacher assisting special needs children in the regular classroom. She began teaching at Currey Ingram Academy in 2011 and provided instruction to students having unique learning styles by using structured evidenced based curriculum programs. Anne’s teaching experience includes working with students having specific learning disabilities, Dyslexia, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD and language impairments.
Anne has experience in leading IEP meetings, reviewing and interpreting student testing, developing individual goals, monitoring progress, administering educational testing as well as creating and implementing positive behavior plans.
In 2015, Anne decided to integrate her knowledge of special education law with her experience as a special education teacher to form Bright I.D.E.A.S. Anne and her husband have four children, three of whom currently attend Williamson County Schools.
Individualized Development of Educational Advocacy and Support
It is our goal at Bright i.d.e.a.s. to provide individualized advocacy and support for your child so that they can succeed in school and continue with confidence to be life-long learners.