IEP Meeting Preparation



Preparing for an IEP meeting can seem daunting, which is why we've gathered all these resources to help parents keep documents organized, understand all the components of an IEP, and know how to review an IEP document before signing it.



When and how often can I request an IEP meeting?

Who can attend an IEP meeting with me?

What documents should I bring to the IEP meeting?

Why should I record the IEP meeting or take notes?

How can I best prepare for my child’s IEP?

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