IEP Process

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Camp Alec is a literacy program in Grand Rapids, Michigan that brings children with disabilities together for one week to enjoy recreational literacy activities in an outdoor setting. This camp is geared toward children who primarily use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). Campers spend approximately three hours a day doing...

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Learn the steps of the universal design for learning (UDL) lesson planning process to meet the needs of all learners in your class. This video series contains seven separate short videos discussing lesson planning around universal design for learning. The videos include the following topics: (a) Why a UDL lesson...

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This guide discusses what it means to be an advocate and the importance of parents advocating for their children with disabilities. Topics considered include a parent's unique qualification to be their child's advocate, parent participation on the IEP team, and a parent modeling for a child's self-advocacy.

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This handout provides a summary of federal guidelines related to communication rights for students with special needs. Assisitve technology is addressed in the context of effective communication in the school setting. Legislation discussed includes the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), and Section 504...

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This handout outlines the process of considering a student's eligibility for support services under Section 504. Topics discussed include the definition of an eligible disability, considering accommodations, and creating a Section 504 plan. The flow chart creates a side-by-side comparison of the evaluation process and outcome for an Individualized Education...

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This blog post is about one parent’s experience with acquiring and using assistive technology for her son. She explains some of the misconceptions she had about assistive technology, the general process of acquiring it, and also provides links to other useful resources throughout.

Link: https://www.understood.org/en/community-events/blogs/my-parent-journey/2017/04/17/what-i-learned-about-assistive-technology-from-the-iep-process ...

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This is the Spanish version of the two-page document that helps Individualized Education Program (IEP) teams discuss and document assistive technology needs. This resource was designed to be used with children who are three to five years old. The document was created for PACER Center’s Technology to Improve Kids’ Educational...

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Professor Jan Wilson at the University of Tulsa speaks on a nine year old girl’s experience in a new school, her autism, and inclusion in a General Ed classroom. Every single person is unique and has different skills, so why are students taught the same way? Jan Wilson explores the...

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Use this Edutopia.org web page resource to discover websites, blog posts, articles, and videos related to understanding, selecting, and assessing assistive technology. Topics include Getting started, Universal Design for Learning, Tips and Tools, and links for educators and parents. https://www.edutopia.org/article/assistive-technology-resources

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Assistive Technology (AT) Stories is a video series of people with disabilities living better lives with a little help from assistive technology. The videos are organized by age: elementary, middle/high school, college, adult, and seniors. The videos (there are over 100) were made possible by a grant from the Richard...

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