Transition IEPs: How to Make Big Jumps Without Falling

May. 3, 2022Updated Nov. 22, 2022

When your child is moving from preschool to kindergarten, or to middle or high school, your school will hold a transition IEP meeting to set your child up for a successful move. We’ll take you through your transition IEP and how to introduce your child to their new team and school.

To find out more about educational transitions, go here.


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