What did you bring to your IEP

Kylie - posted on 02/16/2010 ( 2 moms have responded )

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I begin the process of getting an IEP for my soon to be autistic three year old in a couple of weeks. I already have researched and taken a class on special ed (I was going to school to be a teacher). I was asked to bring a letter briefly stating what I specifically wanted. For example: one on one instruction, ABA, PECS, ect. I was just wondering if anyone has anything beneficial to add or even any ideas from their past experience with the process. I already know he will be getting five days a week, six hours a day at a school. Now I want to make sure they put him in the autism specific classroom. He is non verbal and gets 16 hours a week ABA therapy including speech and OT. Any information or ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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Kylie

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Patricia - posted on 02/27/2010

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A READY to FIGHT ATTITUDE!!!! I HATE those IEP meetings!!!! They NEVER amount to anything....

Dent - posted on 02/16/2010

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i work as an ssa in a primary school with a little boy with autism and have been involved with ieps.the idea is that targets are set and strategies are pput in place to meet them the most important thing is they are achievable .Just remember you know your child the best and have yoyr say,Need anymor help get in touch good luck

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