IEP Resource Kit is Available for Downloading!
SNAC is pleased to announce the availability of a new IEP (Individualized Education Plan) Resource Kit! The IEP Resource Kit is a tool to help parents organize and plan for successful IEP meetings. The folder contains a SNAC pamphlet outlining special needs policy information, and several other informative documents, including:
- “How Can an IEP Help My Child”: This document aims to help parents understand their role in the IEP process, and plan for collaborative and successful IEP meetings. The last page “Options that will help your child SUCCEED” lists a variety of optional support measures to consider that may be helpful to meet your child’s specific needs.
- “Parent Concerns/Visions”: is a questionnaire that may help parents to organize their thoughts and concerns to better describe the needs of your child.
- “All About Me”: is a questionnaire that may help students who are able to participate in the IEP process to describe their own thoughts, feelings and dreams for the future.
- “The Right Start”: is a checklist to help parents prepare for the start of the school year.
We encourage parents to use this folder as a central storage place for your IEP documents. Business cards of Resource Team Members may be stapled directly onto the pocket folder so that contact information will always be close at hand.
A printed copy of the IEP Resource Kit was sent home to all families of students with special needs throughout the school board at the start of the 2013-2014 school year thanks to SNAC.
We hope this kit will be helpful to you.
Thank you so much for those of you who attending our Parent to Parent IEP Information Exchange February 2016!
As promised we have compiled the list of questions and provided answers to them. This document can be viewed here.
Do you have more questions about how an IEP works?
Please EMAIL us so we can add your questions to our working document!
Please click HERE for the link to Pedagogical Flexibility, Adaptations and Modifications for Special Needs Students - Is your child on track for graduation?