Collecting Data at Home
How do you know if your child is meeting their IEP goals? How can you collect data at home? Use the questions and suggestions attached to help you.
Building independence at home is possible during this time when so many are working and doing school at home. Look at these suggestions for ways to build independence at home and master some IEP goals.
Present Levels of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance- PLAAFP
We are often asked during an IEP meeting “What is your child’s present level? PLAAFP?” Do you know what this acronym means? Use this resource to help you answer and contribute to the conversation.
Maryland IEP Timeline
When will your child’s IEP be developed? When should updated evaluations of your child be conducted? Find answers to your questions about the timeline of the IEP process using PPMD’s Maryland IEP Timeline.
The Role of School Nurses in Transition Planning
The nurse can be a vital member of the IEP team. This short video explains their role in the development of the IEP.