IEPs are usually large, complex documents with a lot of parts.
In this course, we break down and do some in-depth examination of some of the components that are part of or surround an IEP.
- Behavior, including Functional Behavior Assessments and Behavior Plans
- OSEP & OSERS: Learn how to use the “Dear Colleague” and Guidance Letters from OSEP (US Office of Special Education Programs) in your IEP advocacy
- Special education aides and paraprofessionals: How to ask for one, what their duties, responsibilities and qualifications should be and much more
- IDEA surrogates: what they are and how to become one
- Removing Services: The school personnel want to remove supports and services, you're against it. How to proceed
- School Refusal: An unfortunate trend in special education and what to do about it
- Bullying: Disabled students are more than 7x more likely to be bullied than their non-disabled peers. Here's how to handle it.
- Private services: their role in your child's development
- Post Pandemic: Sure, the pandemic is over. But has your child regained all lost skills?
And much more!