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1. "Know What Your Child's IEP Really Says"

This presentation focuses on going through the IEP form (state specific) page by page and requirement by requirement. PowerPoint printouts of the presentation, a Procedural Safeguards Introduction publication, copies of the state's relevant IEP template form(s), a FERPA records request and a must have IEP checklist handout are included in take-home materials.

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2. "IEP Need to Knows for Effective Parent Advocacy"

This presentation focuses on areas where parents and schools typically disagree and what options parents have and suggestions on how to proceed. The presentation is intended as an intense informational and interactive Q&A steered by need to know IDEIA requirements and availability of resources for parents. PowerPoint printouts of the presentation, a Procedural Safeguards Introduction publication, a non-exhaustive state specific listing of specialized professionals (including relative to assistive technology) resources, a FERPA records request and a must have IEP checklist handout are included in take-home materials.

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3. "How Does Appropriate Transition Planning In An IEP Effect My Child?"

This presentation focuses specifically on the whats, hows, whys and wheres of transition and transition planning to post-secondary education, vocation/career and independent living. PowerPoint printouts of the presentation, a Procedural Safeguards Introduction publication, a FERPA records request, a must have IEP checklist handout and a non-exhaustive listing of state approved public and private state and regional transitional programs are included in take-home materials.

4. "IEP's: Least Restrictive Environment and Educational Continuum"

This presentation focuses on just this - the LRE and the Education Continuum. (And again, the whats, hows, whys and wheres of both). PowerPoint printouts of the presentation, a Procedural Safeguards Introduction publication, a FERPA records request, a must have IEP checklist handout and a non-exhaustive listing of state approved public and private state and regional therapeutic and residential programs, a non-exhaustive state specific listing of specialized professionals (including relative to assistive technology) resources, and a must have education continuum checklist are included in take-home materials.

5. "IEEs - 10 Tips"

This presentation focuses specifically on independent education evaluations (IEEs). PowerPoint printouts of the presentation, a Procedural Safeguards Introduction publication, a non-exhaustive state specific listing of specialized professionals (including relative to assistive technology) resources, a FERPA records request and a must have IEP checklist handout are included in take-home materials.

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6. "The Other Side - A Parent's Perspective Of Special Education"

This presentation is meant for school district's, educational institutions, teacher's organizations, family service and resource centers, guardian ad liem and surrogate parent programs looking for some insight in a non-adversarial manner about how to speak with parents about offering an appropriate educational program for their special child. This presentation focuses on a collaborative effort by all IEP team members. PowerPoint printouts of the presentation are included in take-home materials.

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ACCESS! has designed and developed a series of workshops for families, parent organizations, schools, public agencies and community partners based on the most common questions and topics for discussion we have received. All of the workshops are available or tailorable to meet your personal expectations.