Sunday, January 18, 2009

10 things to know about the IEP

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... or something like that.

Chelo Banal-Formoso of wrote a practical first-person account of things she did with her child with special needs. Now, doesn't everyone have special needs? After all, no one wants to be called by a serial number right? But I digress.

So she talked about "prescriptions" to ensure that learning really become individualized/custom-made as the acronym IEP indicates. Read more here.

Two things come to mind. It has to be a multi-disciplinary effort and everyone concerned need to approach the exercise with a big heart. Just my thoughts for Autism Week.

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