School-based therapies, 1:1 aides, teacher trainings, and other supports fall under the umbrella of related services in an IEP. Parents can use these resources to understand the available options, how to request them in an IEP, and more about these valuable educational supports.
What services can I request in an IEP?
IEP services are meant to help a child make progress on their goals. In general, supplementary aids and services support a student in accessing the general education curriculum, while related services support a student in benefiting from special education. The list of available IEP related services is long; read our article What Are Related Services in an IEP? for all the details. You can also check out 5 Tips to Help Parents Request Services in an IEP.
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