Planning is the key to success. Your child's special education is a long-term project. You need a master plan that you will revisit and revise as your child grows.
A master plan is different from your child’s IEP.
A good master plan includes goals for the child in non-academic areas -- hobbies, interests, sports, health, and well-being!
As a parent, it is your responsibility to make long-term plans for your child.
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you will find advice and strategies to help you make a long-term plan for your child. Learn how the effective parent advocate focuses and stays on track.
We hope you will forward this issue to other friends, families, or colleagues.