Three Steps For Preparing For Your Next IEP Meeting
Severna Park Voice Article Posted Tuesday, March 9, 2021 1:40 pm
By Beth Nolan | Education Team Allies
Getting ready for an individual education program (IEP) meeting can be extremely overwhelming and create a high amount of anxiety for many parents. We want to do the best for our children, but most parents do not know the process, and everyone else at the table seems to bring so much more knowledge. Remember that you are the expert on your child. How do you leverage your expertise and put your potential anxieties at bay to make sure you have a productive IEP meeting for you and your child? There are many steps you can take, but here are three we suggest starting with:
Education Team Allies Is A Facilitator For Parents And Teachers
Severna Park Voice Article Posted Tuesday, February 9, 2021 1:05 pm
By Haley Weisgerber
Navigating, let alone comprehending, a student’s Individualized Education Program (IEP) can be challenging for families. When it comes to understanding the jargon and creating the best plan for a child with an IEP, Education Team Allies can help.Education Team Allies was co-founded by Beth Nolan in 2019 with a mission to help parents as they navigate the education system.“The family’s voice is extremely important in the conversation around their child’s education,” explained Nolan.
School day is over, now what?
Listen to Beth Nolan's conversation with Catherine Witcher about three buckets to fill after the school day is done.
September 15th, 2020:
Master IEP Coaches sharing IEP truths with Parents
Watch Beth Nolan of Education Team Allies along with Catherine Witcher, founder of the Master IEP Coach® Network along with fellow Master IEP Coaches discuss things parents should be thinking about as it relates to their child's IEP.
September 2nd, 2020:
In Partnership with Kid Connections Therapy and My Kids Therapy
"Navigating back to school for children with learning differences"
Watch Beth Nolan of Education Team Allies along with Shanna Klump of Kid Connections Therapy and Mary Beth Bray of My Kids Therapy discuss setting up for a successful start to the virtual school year.
February 2020: For Macaroni Kid Pasadena MD
"5 Strategies to Help Children with ADHD Succeed in School"
Read more about how you can help your child get the most out of their school experience ...
August 2019: Cool Progeny
"Starting the school year off right with an IEP"
Read more about how you can help your child have a strong start to the school year...
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