This guide describes the range of home and community-based services available through Medicaid and can help consumers, families, and health care professionals make informed decisions about long-term care services.
This document contains information about the 5 day rule, documents you should receive from the IEP team before a meeting, and what to do if you do not receive these documents five business days in advance.
This document contains information to help you understand your child’s rights, your rights and responsibilities, and the school’s responsibilities to meet the needs of your child. It also contains a description of the Child Find process, information about evaluation and eligibility, and information about the IEP process.
This document provides tips for preparing for an IEP meeting as well as things to do after the IEP meeting to help you advocate for your child.
This document contains a list of ten important rules to follow when advocating for your child’s special education needs and services at school.
In this document you will find several examples of specific accommodations your child may receive through an IEP or 504 plan to allow access and success in school. The accommodation categories include grading, testing, classroom, and handwriting accommodations.
Here you will find information on the right parents have to Prior Written Notice when a decision is made in an IEP meeting. The document includes when it is necessary and what should be included in Prior Written Notice.
This document will answer questions about accessing yout child’s school records and what rights they have under the IDEA and FERPA laws.
In this document you will find information about how an IEP team makes the decision for eligibility for ESY (Extended School Year).
This detailed checklist will assist you in asking the right questions during your child’s IEP meeting. It covers topics from transition to accommodations to placement.
This document features information about suspension for students who have disabilities. It reviews how the IEP team looks at the disability, behavior, and the discipline process when making decisions.
Learn how the IEP team uses observations while conducting a Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA) to develop a Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) for your child. This document included things that should appear in a behavior plan.