Guide to Individualized Education Programs (IEP)

The Guide to Individualized Education Programs provides parents and caregivers with the advocacy tools needed to make sure their child is receiving the best possible education tailored to their unique strengths and challenges.

The guide includes a video series featuring a renowned attorney, school psychologist and speech pathologist answering your frequently asked questions. The experts share advice on how to be the strongest advocate for your child at school.

The format is divided into six sections and includes videos and tools to guide you in the right direction as you navigate the IEP journey and the school system with your child:

  • IEP Basics
  • Getting an IEP
  • Developing an IEP
  • Changing an IEP
  • Disputing an IEP
  • Important Things to Remember

See a blog post by Dr. Peter Faustino, the school psychologist featured in this guide, The IEP as more than just a form, but an opportunity.

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