Tips to Prepare for Your Child’s IEP
A child’s IEP has lots of moving parts including several pieces of paper which can feel confusing and hard to be prepared for their meeting. This fact sheet has tips that can help families be better prepared.
10 Rules of Advocacy
You are your child’s best advocate but we all need help to advocate effectively. This fact sheet has 10 tips that can be helpful.
Tips for Participating in Your Child’s IEP Meeting
IEP meetings can be overwhelming with lots of moving parts but it is important that families contribute and partner in the meeting. This checklist has some tips to help families more fully participate in their child’s IEP meeting.
Checklist: Preparing for Your Child’s IEP Meeting
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.