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5 Tips for Incredibly Successful IEP Meetings;
Checklist -- Is the IEP Individualized?
March 16, 2022

Good Wednesday morning! Spring has sprung. It's time to get serious about preparing for the next IEP meeting.

We can help with valuable information, fantastic tools, and a free Chapter from Wrightslaw: All About IEPs.

In this issue of The Special Ed Advocate, you will

  • Get 5 Tips for Incredibly Successful IEP Meetings

  • Download the IEP Checklist - Is Your Child's IEP Individualized?

Do you get a knot in your stomach when you receive a call, letter, or email inviting you to an IEP meeting?

If you are like many parents, you don't realize you have a unique role in developing your child's IEP.

In 5 Tips for Incredibly Successful IEP Meetings, we answer questions about IEP meetings from parents -- about your unique role, what to do and not do, how to manage your emotions, and why you need to protect the parent-school relationship.

What does it take for an IEP to be "Individualized"?

When you answer the questions in this IEP Checklist: Is Your Child's IEP Individualized?, you'll know if your child's IEP is individualized, as the law requires.

You'll find more IEP Checklists in Wrightslaw: All About IEPs

"Wrightslaw: All About IEPs is the perfect book to bring to team meetings!"

"Did you know the law requires your child's IEP team to consider assistive technology? Did you know you can ask for training so you can help your kid at home? "

"Wrightslaw: All About IEPs is packed with hundreds of helpful tips and tidbits."

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