Self-Advocacy Goals We do so much for our kids, and we mean well. But time marches on whether we want it to or not. We have to prepare our kids for independence and life on their own. As scary a thought as that is sometimes. Every person, not just IEP students, should have self advocacy […]
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Behavior Goals I can’t believe I haven’t tackled this topic before. Well, ok, I can. It’s an IEP subject area that is incredibly complex. It also is one that affects our kids day-to-day the most, and in my opinion, is usually handled the worst. I see horrible FBAs completed by well-intended staff who have no […]
504 Plan Accommodations for Anxiety Do you have a worrier? I am a worrier and I have a worrier. So far we’ve been able to manage his anxiety without too much intervention or a 504. This one is requested so often in our Facebook group. I’m sorry that it has taken me so long to […]
IEP Accommodations and Strategies You want ideas to submit to the IEP team, but you just don’t know where to start. Well, here you go! You asked for it, you got it! I’ve received many, many reader requests for a list of SDIs or strategies. I hope this list of SDIs, strategies, and accommodations for […]
Fine Motor Skills on your IEP Remember this? If you’re a Gen X’er like me, you definitely remember this Tupperware toy. Ah, those were the days, when parents just let us play. When I was young enough to play with this toy, IEPs didn’t even exist. There was no such thing as an IEP goal […]
Practical Money Skills Remember when we were little, and we thought nickels were worth more than dimes, just because they were bigger? Ah, those were the days. As part of adulting, we need to teach our kids practical money skills. Money as a topic usually falls under math. However, for kids with IEPs, it is […]