November 2, 2019 –
Parent will receive a detailed description of the IEP document, an explanation of their rights as a parent and advocacy skills to use with the IEP team
*Please plan to bring a copy of your child’s IEP to the workshop
You will receive information about:
The meaning of each disability code
What an IEP goal should be
What data really looks like
The purpose of a transition plan
Anything else you want to ask about?
What to ask for
When to ask for it
How to ask for it
How to prepare in advance
Ways to overcome a “NO”
With degrees in Psychology and Special Education, Heather has worked in the field of Education for her 20-year career. Specializing in Autism, she has been an SEIA, a teacher, the manager of a company providing home and community based services, and an independent Education Consultant. She specialized in Autism before becoming the Education Program Coordinator at Frederick Community College. She has advocated for children and families in many settings and is interested in sharing her passion and skills with parents.
*If sign language or foreign language interpretation is needed, please call 240-236-8744 or
email firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 10 business days before the conference.
Contact Name : Cara Phillips
Contact Email : email@example.com
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