When planning a child's Individualized Education Program (IEP), it is vital that parents and educators are involved in collaborative decision making. This book offers parents of children with autism and other disabilities a unique way of approaching and tackling the problems that can arise relating to the provision of special education services. Taking a structured, cooperative approach to IEPs, the easily applicable six question process enables parents to determine the needs of their child and obtain the services required by asking key questions during IEP meetings. Explaining the approach through real life scenarios and issues, this book demonstrates how to achieve effective collaboration with school personnel, ensuring the child receives the appropriate and necessary educational program and services. Providing a practical, structured approach to IEP planning for parents and offering insight into the parental perspective for educators, this book is an invaluable resource for anyone involved in IEP meetings.My older son even brought home books the school wasna#39;t going to be using. I also found the fourth-grade curriculum online. During that ... We had science, history, spelling, reading, art, music, math, daily oral language, and recess. ... I enrolled Josh in Junior Football League (JFL) the summer before his sixth- grade year.
|Title||:||When the School Says No...How to Get the Yes!|
|Publisher||:||Jessica Kingsley Publishers - 2013-09-21|