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Avoiding IEP Pitfalls
Advocate, Speech Language Pathologist
This webinar will discuss how to avoid the following pitfalls so you can get the most for your child in the IEP process:
Pitfall #1- Too friendly. How to remain cordial yet professional with all IEP team members
Pitfall #2- Too assertive. How being viewed as a "bully" by your IEP may backfire.
Pitfall #3- Too emotional. Strategies for maintaining composure during the IEP process
Pitfall #4- "Best" vs. "Appropriate." How to achieve the most for your child while using the legal standard "appropriate."
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This webinar will be presented live on Thursday, August 28, 2020 from
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Registration is required. Please send an email to email@example.com to register.
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Services & Compensatory Education
In this webinar, Special Education Attorney Thomas Nelson and Special Education Advocate Yoshi Bauer will share information on the most critical issues as schools re-open including:
Mask requirements and other accommodations
Appropriate services in the classroom setting
Learning loss & compensatory education