By Kristin Stanberry
Your child’s next IEP meeting is scheduled. So how can you prepare for it? Use this collection of downloadable tips, tools and checklists to get organized.
Kristen L. Hodnett, M.S.Ed.
Feb 11, 2014
Feb 11, 2014
5 Ways to Politely Decline the School’s IEP Draft
Playing a Role in the IEP Process
6 Tips to Make Sure Your Child’s IEP Is Implemented Properly
At a Glance: Who’s on the IEP Team
How Do I Get My Child’s IEP Going at the Beginning of the School Year?
Checklist: 9 Things to Double-Check Before Signing an IEP
Practical ideas for social, emotional and behavioral challenges.
Find technology to help your child.
Simulations and videos to let you experience your child’s world.
This one-month planner offers daily tips to get your child ready for the first day of school.
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The skills your child uses in these games connect to everyday situations.
A safe place for you to connect with other parents like you.
Knowing what type of outburst your child is having can help you respond.
This checklist can help you know if it’s time to talk to your child’s prescriber.
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