Learn how to leverage and adapt your child’s 504 Plan for distance learning using these smart tips for parents!
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!
Does it feel like your child’s school is being a bully at IEP or 504 Plan meetings? They just might be! Learn how to refocus the conversation and advocate for your child.
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, […]
Conferences were rough. You had done your mid-quarter check-in, so you kind of knew what was coming. But man it was hard to hear said out loud. Where do you go from here? It can all be so overwhelming, and that’s just the acronyms! Learn how to navigate this brand new world with confidence and […]
What happens when you’ve tried everything, but nothing has helped? Maybe your child is falling farther and farther behind. All the tutoring and in-school extra attention just isn’t working. Or perhaps your child feels bored in class like they’ve already covered the material or just finish so much faster. Even the in-class enrichments just aren’t […]
IEP meetings are super stressful, and full of more jargon than the Marine Corps. I’ve been in my fair share of these meetings, and I can tell you that parents who are prepared get what they want more often. Get the best for your child, with a few easy tips to get ready for your […]
There are a lot of words that get thrown around in the special education world. Two of the most frequently used, and least understood, are modifications and accommodations. Every child on an IEP has both of these. Every child on a 504 plan has one of these. Actually, teachers make adjustments for every child in […]
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?
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It’s the latest thing in education. Chances are that your child’s teacher has been talking about SMART goals all year long. You see the signs and charts all over classrooms and schools. So you nod your head. You act like you know all about it. All the while you are inwardly scratching your head, confused […]