Making the Most of your IEP Team/ARD Meeting: 3 Essential Tips Every Special Needs Parent Needs to Know
For the parents of children with disabilities, parents often feel that their child is marginalized or stereotyped into a "developmental classroom" away from typically developing peers. The idea is, they have an intellectual disability; wouldn't they be better off in a life skills environment? Not necessarily. Being around neurotypical peers helps them make progress even if they never achieve grade-level. This is the battle special needs attorneys often see.
Join us as Special Needs Attorney Jennifer Swanson presents the concerns and solutions for special needs families as they work with their child's school. The three tips that will be covered in this webinar include:
1. Evaluations - Updated and Meaningful
2. Progress Reporting - Accurate and Appropriate
3. Present Levels (PLAAFP) - Is this my child on paper?