Best Prep for IEP Meetings

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Jun. 3, 2022Updated Jun. 22, 2022

Undivided Navigator Kelly worked with Undivided Parent Isabelle long before the IEP meeting to review all the materials available to them and write a list of concerns to address. As Kelly says, her goal is to work out as many of the details regarding accommodations and goals as possible beforehand so that the actual meeting can run more smoothly. Hear her tips for approaching the IEP prep process in this clip.

For more on how parents can advocate for their child in an IEP meeting, go here!

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