I can’t even begin to count the number of times someone has said to me “I’m just mom, I don’t know my rights at the IEP meetings.” It’s time for that to change! I want you to own your seat at the IEP table as a parent. YOU are the only team member who isContinue reading “Owning your role as a P.A.R.E.N.T at the IEP Table”
Category Archives: Advocacy/IEPS
Is Your Child’s IEP Helping Them G.R.O.W?
Your child’s IEP document should always be helping them to G.R.O.W. G- Generalization. We need to make sure the skills being taught within the goals of the IEP are also being generalized. This means they need to be successful across various people, environments, and presented with multiple materials before we consider a goal mastered. R-Continue reading “Is Your Child’s IEP Helping Them G.R.O.W?”
Four Tips for a Better IEP Meeting
.As a special needs parent I think we can all agree the panic we have felt before heading into these meetings. Even though I’ve sat through plenty for my own child, and many for clients as well these meetings always bring up nerves and jitters for parents. Here are some of my top tips forContinue reading “Four Tips for a Better IEP Meeting”