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Special Education IEP
Laura Young, M.Ed.

Stakeholder Involvement In The IEP Process

All individuals involved during the special education process, are considered stakeholders within IEP meetings. Typically, within an IEP meeting, the stakeholders include; Parents Child (If Applicable) All Teachers Involved With

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Special Education Labeling
Suzie Dalien

Individualized Family Service Plan

Often, one of the first plans created for a child with special needs is the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). This document is designed to determine the services your child

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Special Education IEP
Amanda Wagoner, MAT

Procedural Safeguards

The Individuals with Disability Education Act (IDEA) was formed to protect the rights of children with disabilities and their parents. When your child has an Individualized Education Program (IEP), the

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Special Education - Parents View
Diana Chase, M.S.

5 Parenting Tricks I Wish Were In IEP’s

As educators, we all know that put as simply as possible, our main “job” is to help students learn and grow along with collaborating and communicating with parents. It seems

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Special Education IEP
Suzie Dalien

The Devastation Caused By Silent Parents

Too often, parents fail to comprehend the devastation caused by their silence. Children with special needs depend on their parents advocacy throughout their educational journey. This is especially true when

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Parents Have The Power In An IEP | Special Education Resource
Special Education
Suzie Dalien

Parents Have The Power In An IEP

Remember, Parents Hold The Power In An IEP Meeting As a parent in an IEP meeting, remember; Ask a lot of questions… Advocate positive change… Understand the proposed plan in

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