1:1 IEP Check-up
IEP Review and Consultation:
Please keep in mind the following...
Parents are a part of the team that develops and reviews the IEP. IEP goals should be specific, measurable, and tailored to the unique needs of your child. Parents can request an IEP review or revision at any time.
I will review the following...
Present Levels of Performance.
Measurable annual goals, including benchmarks or short-term objectives.
Age-appropriate Transition Assessments.
Parent Concerns/Input Statement
Lost & Found Book Gift Bundle
Lost and Found: Educating Parents of Intellectually Disabled High School Students on how to Navigate Through College and Beyond. (Autographed hardcopy and digital download)
IEP Binder Checklist
Do you have an IEP Binder? If not, It’s a great way to keep information organized when preparing for your next IEP meeting. Virtual or face to face, you will be prepared and ready.
Once you’ve downloaded your free checklist, I want you to grab a few things.
six tabbed section dividers
zippered supply pouch
You're all set!!! Let's get to work !!! I must warn you, It’s going to be so much fun, it won't feel like work. IEPs should be fun, not stressful or complicated!! Let me show you how….
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Parent Self-Care Program
While raising a child with ID/D (Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities) I want to give my parents something to help them stay centered. My Self-Care Program will do just that. Whether its emotionally, mentally, spiritually, my self-care program has you covered. Invest in yourself and see the world around you change. Click and begin your self-care program today. Click the image to download.
FREE BONUS DOWNLOAD
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Lost and Found
Do you have an intellectually disabled child? Do you feel lost, overwhelmed, and searching for answers, resources, and solutions, but no one knows how to help you? I know the feeling all too well of needing someone to provide support through the process when I unexpectedly took on the role as caretaker for my niece, and was suddenly burdened down by the financial demands of having to meet her exceptional needs and still provide the best life possible. Regardless of socio-economic barriers, families raising children with intellectual disabilities deserve access to information, resources, and strategic educational tools. In Lost and Found, I use my expertise as an Educational Life Coach and Consultant and previous Aged, Blind, and Disabled Medicaid Eligibility Specialist with the Department of Family and Children's Services to provide a behind-the-scenes experience and a first-hand account of the vulnerabilities presented for caregivers raising an intellectually disabled child when information is not readily accessible.
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