Are you prepared for your child’s next IEP meeting?
Unfortunately, many parents are confused about IEPs and IEP meetings. Either they have had an IEP meeting and are even more confused than before the meeting or they are nervous about their first IEP meeting. Even with all the resources that are available online, some parents will still have questions about their child’s IEP. It can be very confusing, intimidating and hard to digest. If this is you, it is important to not take the next step alone. I am here to guide you to make sure you are prepared for your next IEP meeting, as well as answer any pertinent questions related to special education, IEPs, special education related services, accommodations and placement.
During a 60-minute IEP review session, we will…
- review your child’s IEP
- discuss any questions that you may have about the IEP process
- assist you in developing questions to ask the IEP team
- evaluate your child’s special education needs
- explore resources that are available to you in your specific state AND/OR
- tackle anything else that you are struggling with.
About the Process
When you sign up, you will receive a pre-consultation form with a few questions about what you need help with during your review.
You will also receive…
⇒ a free follow up 15 minute session
All information will be kept confidential.
Sessions can take place via Skype, FaceTime, or over the phone.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. All conversations and files (such as IEPs) are kept confidential.
What if this is my first IEP meeting?
If this is your first IEP meeting, then I will review your child’s evaluation(s), walk you through the steps of an IEP meeting and help you prepare any questions that you may have.
What information do you need?
In order to get started, I will need a copy of your child’s IEP. You can email or fax the information.
Are you bound by any professional code of ethics?
As a member of COPAA, I have agreed to adhere to a voluntary code of ethics as set forth by COPAA.
I truly understand that many parents cannot afford to pay for advocacy services. This is why I try to provide as many free resources on this site to answer any questions that you may have. My IEP review services are 1/7th the cost of hiring a special education attorney. Since advocate and/or attorney fees can be high, it is well worth the money to try an IEP review first.
What if I need another IEP review?
After your IEP review, you will receive a free follow up 15 minute consult to discuss the results of the meeting. However, some parents may need an additional consultation to address any new or upcoming issues. You can either add another 60-minute consultation or you can choose from additional services.
What if I need more help?
If you need more in depth help, please request services so that we can discuss what support you may need.
Please remember that the special education process can be hard, do not consider yourself a failure for reaching out for help.