when public school can’t educate special education students: Kansas City

When a school district can’t appropriately meet the needs of your IEP child, the  IEP team (which includes the parent) can look at schools outside the district if the outside school is listed on a state-approved agency list the MODESE keeps.  The link for those outside schools/agencies is:


The IEP Center.com advocates helps parents deal with the public school for our kids with learning disabilities, autism, aspergers, cognitive deficits, cerebral palsy.  Advocates are available with extensive experience helping parents deal with public schools.  Get serious about your child’s schooling.

There are many things that aren’t revealed to parents that can help our kid get the right education.  Contact an advocate to learn more. Don’t be bamboozled. Public schools may be suspending children instead of considering an “outside placement”.cropped-100_0485.jpg

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IEP students: Uneasy about start of school this fall?

photoboybooksUneasy about the start of public school this fall for your child with special needs?  Perhaps that uneasiness is a result of dealing with a system that has its own lingo, and, you aren’t familiar with the terms necessary to work that system.

Join me the evening of August 15, 2013, to learn some of the most frequently used  buzzwords by the special ed folks at the public school, so you, as an advocate, can better advocate for the child.  Schools have been known to not provide services to kids if the parent didn’t use the right words.  Don’t let your child be left behind. This 45 minute webinar may make a difference in the program your child gets this year. Click the link below to register.   Provided by http://www.theIEPcenter.com

Webinar Thursday, August 15, 2013  8:15 pm CT Continue reading