Every IEP parent should have one of these. If you’re tired of wasting your time at IEP meetings and feel like you’re not being heard, then this is for you.
It’s easy to use. The IEP planner is a systemic way of organizing all the paperwork that comes with an IEP. And, if you purchase the bundle, you get the IEP goal tracking worksheet which helps with progress monitoring.
If you don’t know what to say in a Parent Concerns Letter, or get so busy that you forget to bring up some relevant concerns, then this is for you.
Welcome to a Less Stressful IEP Process.
The format of this product is designed to make the IEP process easier for parents. It works in conjunction with this website, so if you ever have further questions to ask, you know where to go.
You get a lifetime of use. Once you purchase this product, all future updates are included, for free.
Now, 33% of all purchases go to Donors Choose Projects for Special Education Classrooms. That’s right, one-third of your payment will help a Special Education Teacher or project.
But don’t take it from me. Listen to other moms who have already purchased one.
Want to look more professional at IEP meetings?
IEP Planner Binder for Parents
The IEP Planner/Organizer will be sent to you in a PDF format. If you have the version of Adobe software that lets you edit PDF documents, you only have to fill out the essential information one time. Then, print new ones each time you need one.
It’s reusable and customizable. Have more than one kid with an IEP? No worries, you only have to purchase one…and use it for their entire school career. When I update the IEP planner, you get the updates for free.
IEP Goal Tracking Worksheet-Track those IEP goals from year to year!
Booklet of IEP Accommodations and Strategies
IEP One Sheet or “at a glance” to introduce new teachers to your child’s IEP
Printable list of Sensory Accommodations
The old version of the IEP organizer (because some prefer the older version!)
Webinar: Learn the PWN and how to use it.
Webinar: ESY-What parents need to know about extended school year.
Webinar: Assistive Technology and your IEP
The IEP Planner helps you get results.
I created this because of my child’s complex medical needs. From a very young age, he had many service providers and I was overwhelmed with the papers and files. More importantly, I had difficulty choosing what to focus on when it was time to meet with his team. It took me a few days, but I sat down and developed this IEP planner.
My IEP planner binder was so well received everywhere I went. Other parents and service providers said, “you should sell that!” So I am.
Once again, thanks for looking, reading and shopping. Your purchases go to support the plethora of free IEP advice for parents that is available here. I don’t think any parent should have to IEP alone. Don’t forget the IEP podcast!
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