What is an ITP?

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Apr. 29, 2022Updated Jun. 27, 2022

When your child is making the transition to high school, you’ll start attending an annual Individual Transition Plan (ITP) meeting (though many advocates urge parents to start the ITP conversation sooner, especially for students who are planning to work toward a diploma). Watch this clip to hear Dr. Pelangka’s explanation of what to expect in an ITP meeting and how you can help make sure the goals are measurable and meaningful.

To learn more about transition IEPs and find out how best to introduce our kids to their new team and school, go here!


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