Shay, co-founder of Elea, covers essential tips such as reviewing relevant documents, reflecting on the child's past year, bringing an advocate or support person, asking for minutes to be recorded, and not hesitating to ask questions.
Shay, co-founder of Elea, shares 5 tips including asking for a recess or table the meeting when needed, understanding assessment results and the bell curve, knowing the meaning of PPT and who should attend, familiarizing oneself with the acronym IEP (Individualized Education Program), and understanding related service acronyms and roles.
In this segment of our 30-day series, we explore IDEA and FAPE, understanding the concept of LRE, learning about different types of PPT meetings, initiating referrals, and gaining insight into disability categories.
In this segment of our 30-day series, we dive into tips #16-#20 for successful PPT meetings. From staying organized with digital platforms like Elea to understanding the differences between IEPs and 504 plans, these tips will empower you to navigate evaluations, communicate effectively with teachers, and make informed decisions for your child's education.
In this segment of our 30-day series, we explore harnessing the power of data in IEPs to observing Mental Health Awareness Month, understanding FBAs and BIPs, and recognizing the importance of ESY services.
From understanding Prior Written Notice to mastering accommodations vs. modifications, embracing assistive technology, avoiding pre-determination, and demystifying Manifestation Determination, these tips will empower you to advocate for your child's special education needs.
By understanding the FBA process, collaborating with professionals, and crafting personalized Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP), we can empower our children to thrive in the classroom and create a positive learning experience.
Learn some of the vocabulary that is commonly used during the planning of your child’s educational program.
Navigating the Parent Placement Team (PPT) process is easier with these tips for fostering collaboration, active listening, and goal prioritization to ensure a successful Individualized Education Plan (IEP) for your child.