Saying I You to Those Who Help

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ISSN: 1538-320
February 14, 2017

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Too often people who work with us hear complaints but not praise. When someone does a good job, let them know.

Today is a good time to say thank you to those who help during the year - a wonderful teacher, a positive counselor, a helpful classroom aide, or a thoughtful bus driver.

Thank you letters should always be part of your advocacy toolkit.

In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you'll learn why and how to say thank you to those who have helped your child succeed. Find tips for avoiding confrontation with members of the team and learn where to find help on the Yellow Pages for Kids.

We hope you will forward this issue to other friends, families, or colleagues.
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Help Prevent Burnout with a "Thank You"

You can create positive parent-school relationships in just 2 minutes, by writing a quick "thanks".

If you can spare a little more time, being specific lets people know that others are noticing the extra touches that take time and caring, and provides positive reinforcement.


10 Tips for Avoiding Confrontation

Don't let the process overwhelm the focus on the unique needs of your child.

Find helpful strategies for productive IEP Team meetings that will encourage and inspire members to be more effective and efficient.


IEPs According to Dr. Seuss?

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Do you help others? Apply for a free listing today!

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