• Tiffany T. Lam

Are You Ready for Your Child's Next IEP Meeting?

The thought of an upcoming IEP meeting can be overwhelming. What will my child's teachers say about them? Are they improving? What will they throw at me next? Will they take my concerns seriously? It can be uneasy not knowing what to expect.

I've created an IEP Meeting Checklist for you so you know how to prepare for your child's next meeting. The checklist includes things to do before, during, and after the meeting so you know what to expect and can keep the meeting focused on your child.

Click here to download your checklist!

If you would like more guidance and support for your child's meeting, I can help. I provide coaching and can attend your. meeting with you as that support person.

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