Addressing Safety Concerns In Your Child’s IEP

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May. 3, 2022Updated Jun. 24, 2022

If your child has medical issues you're worried about or other safety concerns, you can write a plan to address them into your IEP. Learn how in these tips from an education advocate.

For more information about preparing for your IEP meeting, go here.

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