What is a Section 504 plan? Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act is a federal law designed to protect the rights of individuals with disabilities in programs and activities that receive Federal financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Education. Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act was the first disability civil rights law to be enacted […]
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Reading Programs “How do I get Wilson Reading Program added to my child’s IEP?” That’s a question that comes up a lot in the Facebook group. And several reading programs come up in the discussion. So how do you know? What reading program will help your child? This is one area of IEPs where I […]
Study Skills IEP Goals and Accommodations I’m a good learner, but I’m terrible at studying. Always have been. Other than re-reading chapters and notes and rote memorization, I never knew what studying was. I think many students struggle with study skills, particularly if you have an IEP and/or struggle with executive functioning skills. If a […]
IEP Accommodations, Modifications, Supplementary Aids and Services All three of the above items are a part of the meat and potatoes portion of the IEP. It’s a huge concern for parents. I know this because it’s often one of the first sections you turn to when you are handed a new draft IEP. On most […]
IEP Goals As a parent, you may have a lot of questions about IEP goals. How many goals should an IEP have? Who writes IEP goals? Can parents submit IEP goal ideas? What if my child doesn’t meet their IEP goals? I hope to answer all your questions about IEP goals. Parent Questions about IEP […]
IEP Goals to Address Writing Skills Parents can certainly assist the IEP team with developing goals. One IEP area that I find parents and teachers struggle is to address the skill of writing. And by writing, I’m talking about content, not handwriting. If your child struggles with the actual task of handwriting, I would read […]