IEP meetings can be emotional, and it is hard to hear and understand everything that is said if you are keyed up or anxious. Keeping a positive tone is tricky, but it can be done.
At HOPE Educational Consulting, in Ohio, Katie Wetherbee -- a former special-education teacher and a mother of a child with special needs -- shows families how to do just that. Here she shares advice that has worked wonders for herself and other mothers of special-ed and ADHD children.
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This article comes from the Fall 2009 issue of ADDitude.
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