IEP Process

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To help students in special education settings, it is imperative for educators and parents to collaborate. Two minds are better than one, and in order to stay in tune with the child’s needs and overcome barriers to learning, all parties are critical. Paired with an educational team that has training...

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Getting to know your Speech-Language Pathologist is a video made by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). It provides an overview into what SLPs do, and how they can support your child throughout their time at school, including incorporating Assistive Technology into their intervention strategy.

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The Education section of the Asperger/Autism Network includes many different resources targeted toward educators, parents, and the students themselves throughout their Elementary School, Middle School, and High School years. There are guides, videos, and other materials to inform and support those on the spectrum to manage their struggles and succeed...

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Researching and selecting a college that fits your needs can be daunting, but that challenge can be even greater when you’re a student with disabilities. However, that doesn’t mean your options are limited. As technology has advanced, so has accessibility for all students. Maryville University has compiled a comprehensive guide...

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This document is based on the AAC Aphasia Category framework by Garrett and Lasker. It briefly covers the two types of communicators with aphasia, and what questions to ask when determining how to categorize a particular child/student as a certain type. The document also contains an all-inclusive chart for children...

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Are you a parent or family member of a child with an IEP? Do you work with students with disabilities and their families? This family-oriented webinar will provide valuable ideas on how to advocate for assistive technology devices and services designed to help students be successful at school. ...

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Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), public schools must provide a free appropriate public education (FAPE) to all eligible children with disabilities. To do so, schools are required to develop Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) that identify the child’s educational goals and needs, including the need for accommodations and/or...

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Car Autism Roadmap works as a center for autism research, and provides resources primarily for parents and families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Information included in this site range from Education, to Healthcare, to Home and Family living. https://www.carautismroadmap.org/

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This website, created by Elizabeth Hamblet (author, speaker, and transition consultant), focuses primarily on high school students with disabilities (especially Learning Disabilities) in their transition to college. Her blog, From High School to College , features professionals who specialize in this area of education, and provides a range of information...

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The Individuals With Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) states that physical education is a required service for children and youth between the ages of 3 and 21 who qualify for special education services because of a specific disability or developmental delay. This article is especially helpful for educators, and describes what...

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