Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) at School

Parents of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) children with learning disabilities (LD), tell us how you feel about your child's Individualized Education Program (IEP) at school.

IEP Success?


Tell us how easy or hard it has been to get an IEP in place, and enforced, for your child:

My child's school is really great to work with!
It has required effort, but we have an IEP that works for us.
We are not pleased with our child's IEP.
The school denied our child an IEP.



NEXT: You tell us: When it comes to tracking my ADD/ADHD child's progress, the school makes it easy, hard, or...

PLUS: Complete this sentence: The most frustrating part of securing accommodations for my ADHD child is/was...

TAGS: ADHD Accommodations, 504s, IEPs

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