Getting an IEP evaluation can feel like a really big step to take and even overwhelming at times, but it doesn’t need to be with the right help. Understanding what the IEP is and how to effectively navigate the IEP process will help set you up for success as you start on this new journey.
Understanding the Independent Educational Evaluation (IEE)
An Independent Educational Evaluation can be a helpful tool for parents to use when the original evaluation done by the school doesn’t meet the expectations you have for your child’s level of progress. If you are seeking additional resources to support your concerns, acquiring an IEE is typically the next step that parents take – at no extra cost to you.
What Can You Do If You Disagree With Your Child’s IEP Results?
If your child has an IEP and you disagree with it, it can be a frustrating and stressful problem to tackle as a parent. Knowing more about the IEP process can help you determine what actions to take and what you can do if you don’t agree with your child’s plan.
What Are Cognitive Skills?
Cognitive skills are a network of basic skills we use to think, analyze, and remember information so we can carry out all of the activities we do every day. The strength or weakness of cognitive skills determines your child’s ability to learn.
Interactive Metronome Home Edition
The Interactive Metronome improves processing speed that impacts attention, focus, and learning. Each student has a unique processing speed that is reflected in how easily they can learn. IM training can quickly improve the processing necessary for paying attention, processing information, and learning.