Just the thought of an IEP meeting can give you anxiety. Sitting in a room with teachers and experts, while listening to what you child is doing wrong, makes it worse!.
As a parent of a child with Autism, I understand that feeling of anxiety. That's why I became a Master IEP Coach®. With my assistance, you will be prepared with the knowledge and confidence in how your child's IEP works, and know exactly what you need to advocate the best accommodations and modifications that will ensure your child's success in school.
Remember! You are not ALONE! It takes a village to make change happen
Who should hire Me?
▪ Parents who need help navigating & negotiating IEP issues.
▪ Parents who want to contribute to IEP goal writing with the team.
▪ Parents who want to better understand data, assessments, and records.
.▪ Parents who want to become the leader of the IEP team.
▪ Parents who question the appropriateness of their child’s IEP.
▪ Parents who want more involvement in their child’s education.
▪ Parents who are feeling unheard by their child’s education team.
▪ Parents who feel their child is not making progress.
▪ Parents who need curriculum ideas and academic solutions.
▪ Parents who need help with behavior plans at home & school.
▪ Parents who need better home to school communication.
▪ Parents who are considering homeschooling their special needs child.
▪ Organizations who want to work cooperatively with special education families.
▪ Organizations who want to bring value to special education families.
▪ Organizations who want to inspire to their staff to help the children of all abilities
Assisting Families through the Special Needs Journey
FACT: Children will sometimes need accommodations or modifications to help them succeed. Those two things are key in your child's IEP.
Example of accommodations (these are changes in how your child learns) would be allowing extra time for completing test and/or assignments, providing an aide or tutor, Learn content from audiobooks, videos and digital media instead of reading print versions, Be given a written or picture list of instructions
Example of General or Behavior modifications (these are changes to what your child learns)developmental designed homework or assignments, Shorter, modified assignments, Breaks between tasks, Chart progress and maintain data, Modified grades based on IEP.
**Tracey L. McEntyre is not an attorney and does not provide legal advice or legal services. Tracey L. McEntyre, IEP Coach TX, cannot, and does not, guarantee any specific outcome. Tracey L.McEntyre provides support, encouragement, and information to parents. Tracey will work with parents and the school district to help secure appropriate educational services for their child.**