What Parents Can Do if an IEP Isn’t Working
Individualized Education Programs (IEP) are living, breathing documents. If your child isn’t making progress, learn what you can do and when to change the plan.
Dr. Schultz’s When You Aren’t Satisfied with Your Child’s IEP:
Is your ADHD child staying stagnant at school, even with the accommodations in his IEP? Clinical neuropsychologist Jerome Schultz, Ph.D., reminds us that the individualized education program is a parent’s rights document, designed to be amended. Learn when IEPs are typically reviewed and revised, and how to make changes even off-cycle.
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