5 Special Education Eligibility Facts Every Parent Should Know
When it comes to understanding special education eligibility, it can feel confusing and overwhelming. Use the following special education eligibility facts to help you navigate the ins and outs of the process, without losing your cool.
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IEP Help for Teachers & Parents
You might be a parent or family member who is looking for help to understand IEPs. Or, a first-year teacher who is struggling to get all the things done. You may be a teacher or education professional who’s looking for some help to ensure your IEP process is the most effective. If you fit any of these – this podcast is the perfect listen for you.
Connecting the Dots for Your Child's Best IEP
Rainbow Rule Cheatsheet
So many parents feel overwhelmed by the IEP process and dread walking into their next IEP meeting, but at the same time wanting to have the information they need to be their child’s advocate! Having an in-depth understanding of the IEP and what every IEP goal needs can give you the confidence you need to be a part of your child’s IEP team and be their greatest champion!
IEP goals are what I call “the heart and soul” of the IEP. Often times people want to jump right to services because they just want to know what their child will get. I’m here to tell you that without good solid IEP goals, services are just words on a paper.
So, what goes into a good IEP goal?
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Positive Partnership Checklist
With everyone’s heightened emotions, communication between schools and parents can be strained and confrontational – not the positive partnership that we know helps our children succeed.
With that in mind, use this Positive Partnership Checklist to help you navigate this stressful time and communicate with your child’s school in a way that helps increase positive outcomes.
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11 Days of Skills for Kids: Tips for Home Education
Extended breaks from school can leave parents wondering what to do next. Check out these 14 non-academic skills every child should know.
10 Things to Do When You Disagree with the IEP Team
Find the Right Special Education Support
Knowing the difference between a Special Education Consultant that has you and your child’s best interests in mind can be challenging, but it doesn’t have to be. Use these special education resources for parents to help you choose the right Special Education support.
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Classroom Behavior Checklist
Create an IEP You Can Be Proud Of - A Blue Umbrella Collective Feature
End of Week Check In PowerSheet
Take the time to “check in” at the end of each week and chart how you are feeling, what you need, successes, failures, and more with one of the most valuable special education resources for parents.
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Tips for When the "Honeymoon" Ends - PowerSheet
September 2019 - Newsletter
Negative Thought Dump Worksheet
Struggling with negative thoughts when it comes to Special Education or heading back to school? Use this worksheet to help you eliminate those thoughts and improve the school year from this point forward. Download here.
Understanding the Role Your Emotions Play in IEP Meetings
Finding the Help You Need
This worksheet helps you evaluate what kind of support you want and need to be the superhero you know you are! Remember, there are NO wrong answers and NOTHING is too much! Be honest with yourself- you don’t have to do this alone! Download here.
Initial IEP Meeting PowerSheet
Depending on the areas that your child was assessed in, the professionals attending will vary BUT, there are certain people that always need to attend. Use this IEP meeting power sheet to help keep track of who is who at the meeting. Download here.
Connecting the Dots PowerSheet
Does the idea of helping to create an IEP overwhelm you and leave you feeling like you don’t have anything to offer to the team? Do you end up leaving the IEP meeting feeling like what was created doesn’t represent your child or is enough to meet their needs? Use this PowerSheet to Connect the Dots. Download here.
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