Meeting IEP Goals with Creativity

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Mar. 9, 2022Updated Jul. 18, 2022

The key to meeting IEP goals is getting people to step out of the mindset that certain things need to be in an order. For example, if a child is never going to learn to write, they can learn to type! Undivided Content Specialist and parent Karen Ford Cull explains in this clip.

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