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Tips for Signing Consent Forms

As the kids head back to school, consent forms will be filling up their backpacks.  When you have a kid with special needs you also get a lot of “special” forms.  Parents – you and your child have rights regarding these...

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My Older Brother Daryl

Below is a story called “My Older Brother Daryl”.  For me, this story illustrates what can happen when a student’s IEP doesn’t include goals with productive outcomes. As parents we need to always look at the IEP with life...

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An Independent Educational Evaluation at the District’s Expense

So, you were able to get your child evaluated for special education services by the district. Good for you! That is not an easy task. Now you are reading the report and you are scratching your head. The recommendations and/or findings do not make...

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