Is your child's performance affected by his disability? If his disability affects his performance in academic classes, the IEP goals should address these issues.
If your child's disability causes a weakness in daily living activities, social skills, mobility skills, employment skills or any other functional skills, the IEP goals should address these issues.
If your child's IEP does not include goals that address any academic, developmental, and functional needs, the IEP will obviously not meet all your child's needs.
Ask these questions:
Is your child's IEP based on his present levels of academic achievement and functional performance?
Does the IEP include measurable annual goals to meet all your child's needs that result from the disability?
Will the IEP enable your child to be involved and make progress in the general education curriculum?
Does the IEP explain how the school will measure your child's progress and how the school will inform you about the progress?
Does the IEP meet other educational and non-educational needs?