Posted in Autism, Down syndrome, Education and Special Needs, IEP (Indivdualized Education Plan)

Parent Tips for Better IEP Meetings

Parent Tips for Better IEP Meetings

It’s that time of year when parents hold their breath in anticipation of IEP meetings.  IEP stands for “Individualized Education Plan”.  An IEP is done for a student who has special needs. These meetings are held each year to update the student’s current level of functioning, progress and goal planning for the following year.

brace yourself IEP

Many parents dread these meetings. I was one of those parents who did for many years.  But after 21 years I’ve learned a few things on how to make these both productive and cooperative.  My son, Nick has Down syndrome and autism.  Here are some parent tips for better IEP meetings:

https://nickspecialneeds.wordpress.com/2014/03/17/blog-88-parent…r-iep-meetings/

Thank you for reading and sharing Nick’s world.  That’s what is in my noggin this week!

~Teresa

Author:

Teresa is the Author of "A New Course: A Mother's Journey Navigating Down Syndrome and Autism" and the mother of two boys. Her youngest son, Nick is 26 years old and has a dual diagnosis of Down syndrome and autism (DS-ASD). She is a DS-ASD dual diagnosis consultant, advocate, speaker, and writer. Follow Nick's world on Facebook, Instagram & Pinterest @Down Syndrome With A Slice of Autism and on Twitter @tjunnerstall. For more information and media links, visit https://www.teresaunnerstall.com

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