How to Use the IEP for Child Safety

Your child (or student's) safety should always be top of mind when designing an IEP.

Maybe you're thinking "Of course, it is! I make sure everyone knows what to do to keep my child safe. I write emails. I have meetings. Then I just have to hope that everyone understands."

You're definitely doing...

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Summer Priorities to Avoid Fall IEP Chaos

Trust me. These 3 steps can make a HUGE impact for special needs parents and special education teachers looking to avoid chaos when we return to school in the Fall.

Finish all 3 step in under 30 minutes and sleep better at night knowing that you've made progress towards creating the best school...

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PODCAST: Is Special Education Summer School Worth It?

Special Needs Parents & Teachers - It's time to move beyond a cookie cutter ESY program and look into community based resources for Summer services.

Listen in, I'll tell you how!
Ready for more? Start Here: www.masterIEPcoach.com

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Is Special Education Summer School Worth It?

Special Needs Parents & Teachers - It's time to move beyond a cookie cutter ESY program and look into community based resources for Summer services.

Listen in, I'll tell you how!
Ready for more? Start Here: www.masterIEPcoach.com

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VIDEO: n2y is Changing Special Education for Teachers, Parents & Students!

Special Education Teachers & Parents, This is EXCITING! Lean in and listen all about what N2Y is creating to help you navigate the IEP process with ease!

 Worried about meeting education standards in the IEP?
 Concerned about IEP compliance?
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PODCAST: n2y is Changing Special Education for Teachers, Parents & Students!

 

Special Education Teachers & Parents, This is EXCITING! Lean in and listen all about what N2Y is creating to help you navigate the IEP process with ease!

 Worried about meeting education standards in the IEP?

 Concerned about IEP compliance?

...

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Never Underestimate My Brother

Proud sister moment! My brother is 42 and has Down syndrome. He didn't grow up with iPhones and social media (just like most of us), but he figures it out! My mom snapped this pic of him video chatting through FB Messenger with his friend from Special Olympic Figure Skating. She also has Down...
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Individualized Special Education this Summer is Possible!

 
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Podcast: Master IEP Coaches® on WTMJ - Positive Impact on IEPs Nationwide

The Virus Crisis is continuing to bring extensive attention to Special Education!

Listen in to this interview on WTMJ Milwaukee where we discuss all things Master IEP Coach® and how we are creating a positive impact nationwide helping schools and parents.

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What's next for Special Education?

What’s next for Special Education?

Permanent distance learning plans in all IEPs? I hope so.

Technology supports in all IEPs? I hope so.

Appropriate IEP goals that prepare students for the real world? YES!

It’s finally time to get rid of the 1980’s version of Special Education that...

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LIVE PODCAST: Transition Triggers You Need for Special Education Crisis Schooling

Triggers. We usually think of the word "trigger" as a negative. We get triggered and the result is anger or meltdowns. Especially when we are discussing Special Education, behavior plans and supporting a child in a successful school day.

Today, we're going to reframe the word "trigger" into a...

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Transition Triggers are NEEDED for Crisis Schooling

Triggers. We usually think of the word "trigger" as a negative. We get triggered and the result is anger or meltdowns. Especially when we are discussing Special Education, behavior plans and supporting a child in a successful school day.

Today, we're going to reframe the word "trigger" into a...

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