1. Parent Rights/ Procedural Safeguards 2. Parent Handbook
4. Evaluation Reports
5. Doctor Info
6. Work Samples
7. Restraint and Seclusion paperwork
8. Progress Reports
9. Communication (Blank Pages to take notes)
(1:55- 11:25) Special Education Parent Handbook Overview
(04:26- 9:00) Page 4-Parent Involvement Tips:
1. Be present
2. Communicate with staff regularly
3. No question is too small
4. Bring info from outside providers to IEP meeting
5. Bring an advocate to IEP meeting
6. Write down/ ask questions
7. Ask for meeting continuance
(9:00-10:30) Page 12-14 Who are all the people that could be at an IEP meeting?
This site is a resource to teachers, administrators, and parents of students with exceptional educational needs due to disability, giftedness, unique talents, or English language learners who also have special needs.
The mission of PEAK Parent Center is to provide training, information and technical assistance to equip families of children birth through twenty-six including all disability conditions with strategies to advocate successfully for their children.
As a result of PEAK's services to families and professionals, children and adults with disabilities will live rich, active lives participating as full members of their schools and communities.