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September 23, 2016

Person with Autism Shares Advice on IEP Meetings

  Feeling anxious about your child's IEP meeting?If there's one thing that's certain, you're not the only one feeling that way. Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings will determine the way your child will learn, so of course you feel uneasy.This letter from Kerry Magro, a young adult with autism, offers encouragement and advice on how to keep…

 

Feeling anxious about your child’s IEP meeting?

If there’s one thing that’s certain, you’re not the only one feeling that way. Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings will determine the way your child will learn, so of course you feel uneasy.

This letter from Kerry Magro, a young adult with autism, offers encouragement and advice on how to keep your head held high when you walk through that door to your IEP meeting. Magro also shares links to several resources to help you feel even more prepared.

Read the letter, published in The Mighty, here.

Want more advice on how to get ready for your next IEP meeting? Use our free online IEP Guide by clicking the button below!

 

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