How to Handle Your IEP/504 Meeting
School children with special needs have an IEP or IPP in order to choose appropriate educational goals and assessments. Parents are part of this process and should be working with teachers in creating their child’s IEP. In order to be an effective advocate for your child at an IEP meeting, you need to be prepared going in, know what to expect, and know what to do after the meeting is over. ADDitude website gives excellent advice on how to make an IEP meeting go smoothly and how parents can contribute and support their child. Although this is an ADD site, the tips will apply to any child with an IEP. To read more, click here.