In this blog post What is a para? (HINT: It's not a teacher’s assistant!) Why might your child need a para? SAFETY? VISION? BEHAVIOR? (HINT: What do the assessments say?) What it means
Do you want to learn how to be a better collaborator with your child’s school team and still get the services your child needs? Do you feel frustrated by the IEP process? Confused?
Given a year or more of distance learning, hybrid instruction, or other disruptions to their educational program, your child may have experienced learning loss or instructional loss – or both. Schools can
Last week, I wrote about the importance of evaluations. Now we need to know what to do after your child has been evaluated. How do you get the IEP team to “consider” these
In various social media groups, I often read comments or posts from parents of kids who have had epilepsy surgery share concerns about their child's school progress. Perhaps the child is not learning
Early data from our Global Pediatric Epilepsy Surgery Registry shows that 90% of children after epilepsy surgery have individual education plans in school. If your child has an individual education
While many schools have been closed for the past year, or at least part of it, that should not mean a loss of instruction or services for your child. None of the executive