Parts of an IEP – Statement of Special Education

The next part of the Individualized Education Program (IEP) process is to talk about why the student will receive Special Education and what other services will be available to him/her to be able to access his/her education.  When I first hear about this my question was “And what does that mean and how does that […]

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Sick Days are the worst

  Before diabetes, the usual parent prescription for a cold or flu was rest, refreshments and reruns. After a diabetes diagnosis, tending to a cold also includes managing blood glucose (blood sugar) levels that may be more difficult to control. American Diabetes Association I can relate so much to the quote from the American Diabetes […]

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Physical and Occupational Therapies are Related services for Special Education

Luz Adriana

March 24, 2016

IEPs

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Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid. Albert Einstein   One of the questions I have been asked most often is to explain how therapies work at school. I like to remind parents that […]

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