IEP Process

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Michael Macione, an Educational Audiologist, composed this article to provide some tips for parents of children who are hard of hearing or have another hearing disability. Educational Audiologists conduct evaluations specifically for students in school who are having hearing issues. This guide has information on some of the things to...

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It is important that assistive technology (AT) is both considered and documented for children with an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) or an Individualized Education Program (IEP). This handout provides guidelines for families, educators, and administrators on the essential process of considering and documenting AT. This resource was created for...

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This book is written for current and future college students with autism, by the students themselves. Whether they're at a school with an autism support program or one that offers only a very basic disability services office, this handbook should be a valuable resource in trying to figure out how...

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Disability Rights California (DRC) is the largest advocacy rights group in the nation. One publication on their website is Special Education Rights and Responsibilities (SERR), which provides a wide range of information on the rights and responsibilities of children with disabilities and their parents or teachers, regarding their education. This...

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A high-quality evaluation provides you with a picture of how your child performs over time, in a variety of settings, with different people, and under different circumstances. Results give information to plan for instructional and behavioral needs, such as special education services. This article lists the basics of an evaluation...

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Lesson Planet provides ideas, resources, and lesson plans for general education teachers as well as special education teachers. While some resources are free with a subscription, there is the option of joining a paid subscription at a monthly fee ranging from $2.00-$5.00 monthly, and $170 monthly for schools and school...

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When assessing students with low-incidence disabilities, it is important to remember that the purpose of assessment is to gain an accurate understanding of their functioning across domains and settings. All measures used in assessment should be chosen specifically for the purpose of understanding student strengths and needs, rather than for...

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Although there are certain rights for students with disabilities in both secondary and postsecondary educational settings, there are subtle differences that can affect the planning and pursuing of education for these settings. The University of Washington made this article to compare the legal, social, and academic differences students will face...

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Reasonable accommodations are modifications or adjustments to the tasks, environment or to the way things are usually done that enable individuals with disabilities to have an equal opportunity to participate in an academic program or a job. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) stipulates that postsecondary institutions are responsible for...

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The Kentucky Department of Education provides this all-inclusive document detailing the steps in the IEP development process for educators, administrators, and other educational leaders. From preparing for an IEP to progress monitoring, this document gives information on every step of the process.

Link: https://education.ky.gov/specialed/excep/forms/Documents/IEP_Guidance_Document.pdf

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