When the IEP Team Doesn't Know Your Child...
Introduce Her!

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ISSN: 1538-320
November 27, 2018

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young girl in classroom art classIf only the team really knew my child...

As your child’s “case manager,” it's time to jump in!

Do you want the team to see your child as an individual, not a label or a diagnosis with a set of issues and problems?

Sometimes the best way to approach an IEP team is through the heart.

This week you'll find some interesting ideas about thinking outside the box when approaching the IEP team.

In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you'll learn strategies for creating a positive parent-school relationship and tips for finding unique ways to introduce your child to the IEP Team.

We hope you will forward this issue to other friends, families, or colleagues.

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A Unique Video Approach

Tiffany wanted to introduce her son, Alex, to the IEP team in a positive way. Find out how she created a video that had a huge impact on the IEP Team meeting. It was a great success!

Learn how to make a video to introduce your child to the team.

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How to Create a Vision Statement for Your Child

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Introduce Your Child to the Teacher and Class

Parent Advocate Debbie Larson suggests visiting the classroom to talk with the other students and help them get to know your child.

This works best with the younger grades but can be valuable for both the teacher and the child.

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