All About IEPs
by Pete Wright
Little Rock, Arkansas
Thursday, April 1, 2010
SOLD OUT - WAIT
All About IEPs Conference, a Wrightslaw
training program featuring Pete
Wright, is being sponsored
Advisory Council, Inc., Autism Association
of Northeast Arkansas, Community
Division of Developmental Disabilities Services, Developmental
Disabilities Provider Association, Riley's
will be held at:
J. Clinton Presidential Center
1200 President Clinton Avenue
Little Rock, AR 72201
This one-day, five hour program about IEPs will focus on:
- The IEP statute, Regulations, and Commentary to the regulations
- Recent IEP caselaw
- Drafting of SMART IEPs
You will learn:
history and how IEPs have evolved
to draft IEPs based on the unique needs of a child.
is and what is not permissible in IEPs.
to create a teamwork relationship with parents and school staff so
that the child benefits.
Bird is SOLD OUT
Wait List Only
with CLE/CEU credits
Your registration fee includes: Two
course books, Wrightslaw:
All About IEPs, Wrightslaw:
From Emotions to Advocacy , two training CD-ROMS, Legal
Requirements of IEPs and Understanding
Your Child's Test Scores ($62.50 value).
CEU (continuing education units) and 5 CLE (continuing
legal credits) have
Cancellation Policy: There are
no refunds. You may substitute another person for your reservation.
Additional Information: For sponsorship
and vendor information, please contact Marjorie Greenberg of Eye Contact
Arkansas, 501-821-4808, or email.
Questions: Contact Shayna Fendley
by telephone 501-733-7199 or by email.
programs fill up early - don't miss out!
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is free at the Clinton Presidential Center. There is a public trolley
that runs from the Clinton Center to nearby attractions, the River
Market entertainment district, resturants and hotels.
Little Rock National Airport (LIT)
(6.5 miles to Clinton Center)
complete list of local hotels click here.
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