Preparing for your Child’s Annual IEP Review

IEPPreparing for your Child’s Annual IEP Review

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

6:30-7:15 pm

Presented by Micki Moran, J.D., this webinar will help you prepare for your child’s annual IEP review by addressing the development of an agenda, measurable goals, setting priorities, related services and extended school year.
There will be time for Q&A.

Who should attend the webinar?
Parents
School Personnel
Service Providers
Therapists
Click here to REGISTER

For more information, call or email Karen Royko at 847-926-0101 or
karenr@lawforchild.com

Micki Moran
The Child & Family Law Center of the North Shore
1950 Sheridan Road, Suite 201
Highland Park, IL 60035
Phone (847)926-0101
Fax (847)926-8500

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Lunch and Learn Webinar: Dissecting the IEP Part 3: Placement and Least Restrictive Environment

Collage of diverse familiesLunch and Learn Webinar: Dissecting the IEP Part 3: Placement and Least Restrictive Environment

Do you find your child’s Individualized Education Program(IEP) document cumbersome and overwhelming? Would you like to feel better prepared for your child’s next IEP meeting?  This 6 part webinar series breaks down the components of the IEP to ensure that you have clear an understanding of your child’s IEP.

This webinar will focus on the placement section of the IEP and delve into Least Restrictive Environment.

Lunch and Learn Webinar: Understanding the Present Level

Collage of diverse familiesDo you find your child’s Individualized Education Program(IEP) document cumbersome and overwhelming? Would you like to feel better prepared for your child’s next IEP meeting?

This webinar will focus on helping parents understand how their child is currently performing as it pertains to the IEP.

Lunch and Learn Webinar: Special Education Rights Training for Parents

Collage of diverse familiesThis training is an overview of IDEA (Individual with Disabilities Education Act) which is the law that protects the rights of children receiving special education services.

Aspects covered:

  • Evaluation process
  • Individualized Education Program (IEP),
  • Least Restrictive Environment (LRE),
  • Procedural Safeguards.

Navegando el Proceso Del IEP-Autismo

Padres participan en entrenamiento sobre especial educaciónEste taller incluye información sobre las normas y reglamentos relacionados con la creación del Programa de Educación Individualizada (IEP). ¿Quién es elegible para un IEP? ¿Qué dice la ley federal (IDEA) sobre el IEP? ¿Cuál es el propósito del IEP? Quien está en el equipo del IEP? ¿Qué debería incluirse en el IEP?

IEP Check-In Session

conversation between parent and volunteerDo you have specific questions about your child’s  Individualized Education Plan (IEP)?  Make an appointment during FRCD’s IEP Check-In sessions and one of our parent trainers will sit down with you and comb through your child’s IEP.    We ask that you read the IEP prior to your IEP Check-In Session and bring a copy for the parent trainer to go through with you.

APPOINTMENTS ARE MANDATORY.

Navigating the IEP Process

Family Resource Center on DisabilitiesBlind Service Association and Family Resource Center on Disabilities will hold a workshop called “Navigating the IEP Process”.

This will unlock the ability to be a better advocate for your child. Professional parent advocates will discuss:

-What advantages and challenges IEPs offer.

-How to talk to teachers and administrators

-What questions to ask at IEP meetings

-Answer all your questions

Learn key information about the education system to better serve and provide for your child. The workshop will be at Blind Service Association at 17 N State St suite 1050 in Chicago from 5:30 to 7:30pm.

Discount parking for $14 is available at 20 E Randolph. Please call 312-236-0808 to RSVP or for more information.