An Individualized Education Program (IEP) is a document that provides specific educational goals appropriate for a student with a disability (specific learning disability, autism, hearing impairment, intellectual disabilities, etc.). 415 more words
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Here are 3 ways to for your student to feel comfortable at school.
1) If possible, integrate your child into the regular education classroom. Acceptance by peers is important. 83 more words
I speak to plenty of parents of special needs, pre-school children, who plan to get their child services. Great!
If you have a child with physical challenges or a learning disability, it is a good idea to start the early intervention process before they enter kindergarten. 223 more words
Special education + don’t = “Spon’t”
“Yes, I’d like my gift wrapped, please.”
Get the paperwork right away. Teachers are busy. If they tell you they will mail the copies, it may take a couple weeks. 130 more words
Special Ed + Don’t = “Spon’t”
Who are all these people?
In the IEP meeting, there will be many teachers from different disciplines and you don’t know how much they really know about your kidlet. 162 more words