Your child is more than just words on a form.
If a school agrees your child has a language or literacy disorder that is eligible for services, they will develop in Individualized Education Program, or IEP. The ultimate goal of an IEP is to provide appropriate support to help your child succeed.
An effective IEP should:
- Summarize present levels of performance
- Set specific, measurable goals for the next year of your child's education
- Identify the kinds of support or professionals who will work with your child
- Specify how often your child will receive each kind of therapy and under what conditions
Would you like IEP support?
The school system is used to IEP meetings. They happen every day. Sometimes the school has so many of these meetings that the process has become depersonalized. They forget this is about someone's child, their future, and their family. Don't go it alone. I spent 15 years working in schools and understand the process, let Educational Inspiration help you take an active role in advocating for your child. Give Educational Inspiration a call and get a free 15-minute consultation.