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Mission Statement

They Can’t Talk, But We Can Inc. is a nonprofit corporation providing advocate services for the child or youth with physical, emotional, behavioral, or learning disabilities. Our goal is to increase the awareness and to protect the students from being abused and the teacher from being accused! Safety is the solution! We will help parents and caregivers in finding help for the child with special needs. TCTBWCI  works with local, state and federal agencies to secure the necessary services and education for all who qualify.

It’s a great thing to help kids get to the next level in life, especially our special need kids. This site was created in honor of my late son Aaron Hatcher who was allegedly abused by his teachers at Roswell High School in Roswell. This teacher placed a “make shift device” on his neck, and stated to Aaron’s nurse,

“His mom should teach him how to hold his head”. This device contribute to his demise.  This is why I, Ronald Hatcher, have decided to start this organization, They Can’t Talk, But We Can Inc. can insure that our special need kids will get the proper education, treatment, and respect they deserve.

The purpose of this organization is to provide safety!  We want cameras and physical monitors in the classrooms so teachers aren’t being accused, and the students don’t get abused!  We want to make sure teachers are certified and that they are following the IEP!

We will pursue prosecution if anything is going against what we stand for. These kids cannot talk, but we can! We are their eyes, ears, legs and voice. This movement started in 2010 when I found out my son was being abused. We did not know about the abuse in 2006, because no one in the School District told us! I found out after my son’s funeral! We are the parents of Aaron Hatcher and we thank you for all your help. This is what we are ABOUT!