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Tag Archives: IEP
The Army Community Service (ACS) EFMP invites parents who have children with special needs and disabilities to a special meeting with Pro-Parents of South Carolina. The guest speaker will talk about the Individual Education Plan (IEP), how the process works … Continue reading
Below are articles from the NICHCY newsletter that I thought would be of interest to you: IEP Conversation Stoppers http://networkedblogs.com/rO1A8 What do I do, my child won’t go to school! http://www.matrixparents.org/pub/Spanish%20pdf/child.wont.go.to.school.eng.span.pdf How to handle a meltdown http://blog.friendshipcircle.org/2011/12/06/a-crash-course-in-meltdown-management-part-1-of-3/ http://blog.friendshipcircle.org/2011/12/13/26-sensory-integration-tools-for-meltdown-management/ http://blog.friendshipcircle.org/2011/12/21/meltdown-management-how-to-manage-and-prevent-a-panic-attack/
Developed by the Axis Group I, LLC for The Family Café, Inc. Supported Education involves the provision of ongoing supports to assist people with psychiatric disabilities to take advantage of skill, career, education and interpersonal development opportunities within a normalizing … Continue reading
At ncld.org there are great resources for families of Children with a Learning Disability (LD). They have a great tool kit for IEP’s. Visit http://www.ncld.org/publications-a-more/parent-advocacy-guides/parent-toolkit-ieps-for-students-with-learning-disabilities- to download the tool kit. There are many articles you will find helpful at www.ncld.org.