Every parent needs to know these 4 things about their child at school. Learn exactly how to track these essentials easily!
Make distance learning simpler by tackling these major, and common, issues parents are facing right now! Easy emails to send plus FREE downloads you can use today!
Your child’s IEP or 504 Plan can be supported with these super easy to ask for accommodations! They’re also ideas that teachers will be very likely to agree to as well!
School is currently physically closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but what’s happening to your child’s IEP right now? Well, that’s going to look different for every child. But you can use these tips to talk to the teacher about your child’s IEP during the pandemic. How to Talk to the Teacher About Your Child’s […]
Learn all about extended school year, who qualifies, and other options for children with learning needs. This is your crash course in ESY for parents!
Feel like your child is struggling and not getting anywhere – despite supports from the school? Learn how requesting IEP testing can help!
Make your next IEP or 504 Plan meeting a breeze with this giant list of easy accommodations and modifications! This list is perfect for busy parents and teachers.
Before you even walk through the doors for the IEP meeting, you’re sweating. Yes, even if it’s actually cold outside right now. You’re nervous because today will decide the path for your child’s next year in school. What waits inside is anyone’s best guess. The school’s team has had months to prepare, to gather data, […]
Get more out of the K-12 school experience with these parent rights in schools that you didn’t even know you had!
So, your child has been referred for special education. Suddenly you are dumped into a world of acronyms and forms and legal jargon. It can be overwhelming. This month, let’s break it down. We’ll start with a basic, and common, question. IEP vs 504 Plan? What’s the difference?
You can work around the lengthy process of a typical IEP. You, the parent, has the right to formally request that your child be tested for a disability.
So, I take education seriously. And I take it thismuchmore seriously for children with special needs, the children who’s parents need accurate information about the legal hoops they’re required to jump through. And then I read this in Parents Magazine: “If you think your child needs more help than she’s getting in school, you can inquire about having […]