Strength Based IEPs
When most people hear about a child that has an Individualized Education Program (IEP) the first thing that crosses their mind is, “I wonder what their deficits
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Top 10 Items that Should Be Listed in an IEP
We all know how important it is to have an IEP that addresses our child’s Academic, Developmental and Functional needs; to ensure they are appropriately
Supports, Modifications, and Accommodations for Students | Center for Parent Information and Resources
Supports, Modifications, And Accommodations for Students
IEP FAQs Pop-Up: Developing Your Child's IEP
In this pop-up you will learn that he IEP must include a plan to meet ALL your childs unique needs and tell you exactly what the school will do to address these needs. Learn about Present Levels, Goals and Services, and Accommodations.
The IEP Team Process: Chapter 5 - The IEP Meeting
In Chapter 5 of this 5 part series, watch an IEP Team meeting in Progress. Meet the team members and go through the IEP process step by step. Created and pro...
The IEP Team Process: Chapter 2 - The IEP Team
In Chapter 2 of this 5 part series you will meet the members of the IEP Team and learn about each of their important roles in the process of designing an eff...
Top 10 Reasons Why Parents Should NOT WAIT for the Next Annual before Calling an IEP
1. If your child is exhibiting new behavioral problems that are interfering with their ability to access the curriculum; your school may need to implement a