How to Write Socialization into the IEP

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May. 27, 2022Updated Jun. 22, 2022

As Dr. Falvey says, IEP goals are centered around what a child will be able to accomplish or achieve by the end of the school year. That can include making friends. Hear her explain how to write socialization into your child's IEP goals.

For more tips on socialization and inclusion from Dr. Falvey, go here!


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