The Resource The complete IEP guide : how to advocate for your special ed child, by Attorney Lawrence M. Siegel ; editor, Janet Portman

The complete IEP guide : how to advocate for your special ed child, by Attorney Lawrence M. Siegel ; editor, Janet Portman

Label
The complete IEP guide : how to advocate for your special ed child
Title
The complete IEP guide
Title remainder
how to advocate for your special ed child
Statement of responsibility
by Attorney Lawrence M. Siegel ; editor, Janet Portman
Title variation
  • Complete individualized education programs guide
  • How to advocate for your special ed child
  • IEP guide
Title variation remainder
how to advocate for your special ed child
Creator
Contributor
Author
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1946-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Siegel, Lawrence M.
Dewey number
371.90973
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • forms
Index
index present
LC call number
KF4209.3
LC item number
.S57 2014
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Portman, Janet
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • United States.
  • Individualized education programs
  • Dispute resolution (Law)
  • Special education
  • Individualized education programs
  • Children with disabilities
Label
The complete IEP guide : how to advocate for your special ed child, by Attorney Lawrence M. Siegel ; editor, Janet Portman
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction to special education -- What is special education? -- What is an iep? -- Being your child's advocate -- Getting help from others -- Overview of special education law and the IEP -- Idea and state special education laws -- What idea requires -- Individualized education program -- Working with your school district -- Some overriding IEP principles -- Getting started : tips for all parents -- First steps -- Obtain your child's school records -- Getting organized -- Start an IEP binder -- The yearly IEP cycle -- Sample year in the life of your child's IEP -- Keep a monthly calendar -- Track your child's progress -- Developing your child's IEP blueprint -- Begin at the end : define your child's needs -- Preparing an IEP blueprint -- Other sources of information for the blueprint -- What's next? -- Evaluations -- When evaluations are done -- Evaluation components -- Evaluation plans -- Meet with the evaluator -- Reviewing the report -- Reevaluations -- Final evaluations -- Who is eligible for special education? -- Eligibility requirements -- Preparing for the IEP eligibility meeting -- Attending the eligibility meeting -- Joint IEP eligibility/program meeting -- If your child is not found eligible for special education -- Exploring your options and making your case -- Review the school district's information -- Keep tabs on your child's progress -- Explore available school programs -- Find out about related services -- Compare your blueprint with the existing programs and services -- Generate additional supporting information -- Independent evaluations -- Writing goals -- Skill areas covered by goals -- Developing goals -- When to draft goals -- Writing effective goals -- Preparing for the IEP meeting -- Schedule the IEP meeting -- The IEP meeting agenda -- Organize your materials -- Draft your child's IEP program -- Establish who will attend the IEP meeting -- Final preparation -- Attending the IEP meeting -- Getting started -- Simple rules for a successful IEP meeting -- Become familiar with your school's IEP form -- Writing the IEP plan -- Signing the IEP document -- Parent addendum page -- Resolving IEP disputes through due process -- Before due process : informal negotiations -- Typical due process disputes -- When to pursue due process -- Who can file? -- Your child's status during due process -- Using a lawyer during due process -- How to begin due process -- Preparing for due process -- Mediation specifics -- Due process hearing -- Hearing decision and appeals -- Filing a complaint -- When to file a complaint -- Where to file a complaint -- What to include in a complaint -- What happens when you file a complaint -- Lawyers and legal research -- How a lawyer can help -- Do you need a lawyer? -- Finding an attorney -- How attorneys are paid -- Resolving problems with a lawyer -- Doing your own legal research -- Online legal research -- Parent organizations -- Join a parent organization -- Form a parent organization
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
8th Edition.
Extent
370 pages
Isbn
9781413320343
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2013048066
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations, forms
System control number
  • (OCoLC)864753118
  • 417930
  • (OCoLC)ocn864753118
  • 417930
Label
The complete IEP guide : how to advocate for your special ed child, by Attorney Lawrence M. Siegel ; editor, Janet Portman
Publication
Copyright
Note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction to special education -- What is special education? -- What is an iep? -- Being your child's advocate -- Getting help from others -- Overview of special education law and the IEP -- Idea and state special education laws -- What idea requires -- Individualized education program -- Working with your school district -- Some overriding IEP principles -- Getting started : tips for all parents -- First steps -- Obtain your child's school records -- Getting organized -- Start an IEP binder -- The yearly IEP cycle -- Sample year in the life of your child's IEP -- Keep a monthly calendar -- Track your child's progress -- Developing your child's IEP blueprint -- Begin at the end : define your child's needs -- Preparing an IEP blueprint -- Other sources of information for the blueprint -- What's next? -- Evaluations -- When evaluations are done -- Evaluation components -- Evaluation plans -- Meet with the evaluator -- Reviewing the report -- Reevaluations -- Final evaluations -- Who is eligible for special education? -- Eligibility requirements -- Preparing for the IEP eligibility meeting -- Attending the eligibility meeting -- Joint IEP eligibility/program meeting -- If your child is not found eligible for special education -- Exploring your options and making your case -- Review the school district's information -- Keep tabs on your child's progress -- Explore available school programs -- Find out about related services -- Compare your blueprint with the existing programs and services -- Generate additional supporting information -- Independent evaluations -- Writing goals -- Skill areas covered by goals -- Developing goals -- When to draft goals -- Writing effective goals -- Preparing for the IEP meeting -- Schedule the IEP meeting -- The IEP meeting agenda -- Organize your materials -- Draft your child's IEP program -- Establish who will attend the IEP meeting -- Final preparation -- Attending the IEP meeting -- Getting started -- Simple rules for a successful IEP meeting -- Become familiar with your school's IEP form -- Writing the IEP plan -- Signing the IEP document -- Parent addendum page -- Resolving IEP disputes through due process -- Before due process : informal negotiations -- Typical due process disputes -- When to pursue due process -- Who can file? -- Your child's status during due process -- Using a lawyer during due process -- How to begin due process -- Preparing for due process -- Mediation specifics -- Due process hearing -- Hearing decision and appeals -- Filing a complaint -- When to file a complaint -- Where to file a complaint -- What to include in a complaint -- What happens when you file a complaint -- Lawyers and legal research -- How a lawyer can help -- Do you need a lawyer? -- Finding an attorney -- How attorneys are paid -- Resolving problems with a lawyer -- Doing your own legal research -- Online legal research -- Parent organizations -- Join a parent organization -- Form a parent organization
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
8th Edition.
Extent
370 pages
Isbn
9781413320343
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2013048066
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations, forms
System control number
  • (OCoLC)864753118
  • 417930
  • (OCoLC)ocn864753118
  • 417930

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