Resources to Help You Prepare for Your Child’s IEP Meeting [downloadable]
An IEP, Individualized Education Program, is a written document outlining a special-education-eligible student’s strengths, needs, and educational goals. The IEP is designed to help students with a disability reach educational goals more easily than they otherwise would.
IEP decisions are made by a team of people, including the child’s parents, who share a common goal: enabling the child to succeed in school and in life. Be better prepared to fully participate in upcoming IEP meetings and advocate for your child’s needs with these three handouts:
- A Checklist of issues that should be included in the IEP
- List of questions you may want to ask during your IEP meeting
- Preparation sheet to complete before the meeting
Learn more about your rights under the law by reviewing the slides from the 2018 EdRev Expo workshop Preparing for an IEP Meeting, presented by Natasha Quiroga, Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights Under the Law and PREP Director.
Do you need someone to talk to? CHC can help. We invite you to call or email our Clinical Services Coordinators at 650.688.3625 or firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a free 30-minute consultation.