IEP Advocacy Training for Parents
In just a few weeks, you can develop the skills and systems that will take you from stressed and overwhelmed by IEPs to calm and in control.
You think you're a good advocate, because you are speaking up. So why do they always say no?
Let's face it--there's nothing more frustrating than the IEP process. You feel like you're spinning your wheels and never actually get anywhere with your school.
You're disheartened spending time preparing for an IEP meeting, only to have the team dismiss your concerns and suggestions. You know that you have Parents' Rights.
Maybe you've even tried reading IDEA in an effort to better understand and use your leverage. You are in frequent communication with the IEP team. And yet, it's not quite working. Nothing ever changes.
You don't have to memorize IDEA or your Parents' Rights Booklet. You don't have to hire a Professional Advocate to get results. Other people make it look easy.
But for you, it's been anything but. You thought that the hard part was going to your first IEP meeting, but as it turns out, that was only just the beginning. And now you feel like you must be missing something. You're not alone.
Most parents feel like this. The truth is that having an action plan that falls within the framework of IDEA is a game-changer.
One that will make the entire IEP process less stressful for you, give you a template to follow for every IEP issue or concern you have, and even increase your chances of getting your team to YES.
NO MORE wondering if you're asking for the right things for your child, if you've done enough, or gotten your child everything he/she is entitled to.
The problem? Most training that is available to parents is either a) developed by academics who are out of touch with the realities of IEPs, or b) only focus on having you learn minute details of IDEA, often make achieving learning the IEP process more trouble than it's worth.
But what if there was a way to make sure you got it right?
Date & Time
Weekly on Thursday
Sep 16, 2021 through Nov 11, 2021