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Incorporating Emergency and Safety Plans into the IEP

Incorporating Emergency and Safety Plans into the IEP

Published: Aug. 18, 2023Updated: Dec. 14, 2023

Dr. Sarah Pelangka, special education advocate and BCBA, empowers parents with how to effectively collaborate with educators and specialists to incorporate emergency protocols that cater to your child's unique needs. Check out this clip for more on how to incorporate safety plans into your kid's IEP!

For more on preparing for you child's IEP meeting, see Undivided's IEP Meeting Checklist for Parents.

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