Introduction to IEPs : For Parents
How To Prepare For Your Next Meeting.
Feel confident and prepared walking into your next meeting.
Upon completion of the course, all participants should be able to confidently walk into a meeting, and actively participate in the creation of their child's program.
Learn All About:
- What goes into preparing for an IEP.
- The timeline of an IEP.
- Who should be included at the meeting.
- The SEVEN most important things to include in an IEP.
- Legal Protections in place for both the student and parents.
This course is for individuals who are looking for a low-stress and jargon-free introduction.
It can be done at your own pace, from your own home, and includes interactive activities that you can actually use at your next meeting.
Each participant will also receive:
- A quick and easy guide to help you decipher all of the acronyms and terminology used in Special Ed.
We break down over 100 terms, and explain them without the confusion.
ASD, SDC, ABA, BCBA, RBT... HUH!?!
This dictionary will be your best friend, and it's free to all participants of the course.
- An easy to use planner that will help you prepare for your upcoming meeting.
Simply fill out the prompts beforehand, and use it to make sure that all of your concerns are openly discussed and met.
It's easy to forget key points in the moment, but this planner will make sure that you never do.
As a Special Educator and Board Certified Behavior Analyst, I am dedicated to training individuals who work with kids who have been diagnosed with Autism.