How do you prepare for the IEP? To begin, Shannon urges parents to write everything you want to talk about in advance of the meeting, and goes into detail about why you want to prepare with this tool, and ideas/examples of what you might put on your list. Shannon goes on to explain the things you will not be able to write including the school’s offer for FAPE (Free And Public Education)
This is a vital tip for parents to support keeping the child’s needs front and center, and keep parent son track to negotiate for their child’s best interests, at the IEP.
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Tip for IEP Meetings by Autism Live, Shannon Penrod
Initial Release Date: Apr 30, 2012
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