The Individualized Education Program (IEP) process is a critical step in ensuring that students with disabilities and unique needs receive the necessary support and accommodations to thrive in their educational environment. However, for many parents and caregivers, this journey can be complex and overwhelming.
In Episode 10 of Audio ABLE, we tackle this important topic and provide valuable insights on how families can best prepare for the IEP process with Amy Scott Lorton, a special education consultant and advocate at My IEP Advocate.
Press “play” to hear the full episode and to learn more about these topics:
- Understanding the importance of IEPs and their role in supporting students with disabilities in the educational system.
- Debunking common misconceptions about the IEP process and how to navigate them effectively.
- Taking proactive steps when you first learn that your child may need an IEP, ensuring you’re on the right path.
- Preparing thoroughly for IEP meetings by gathering the necessary documentation and information.
For more information on all the incredible resources that My IEP Advocate has to offer, visit myiepadvocate.com.