Guest post by: Jenna Sherman | Parent-leaders.com | firstname.lastname@example.org The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do notnecessarily reflect the official policy or position of ENABLE Special Needs Planning. The upcoming school year is certain to be tough for many students. However, students with learning disabilities are likely … Continue reading School Year Tips for Students with Learning Disabilities
HOW TO: Plan for your child’s future- A comparison of 529 college savings accounts and ABLE accounts
Kids across the country are headed back to school. Which means education-related objectives are on everyone's minds these days. That makes this the perfect time for you to think about planning for your child's educational future! Did you catch our latest #askENABLE video that we shared on Facebook and IGTV earlier this week? In it, … Continue reading HOW TO: Plan for your child’s future- A comparison of 529 college savings accounts and ABLE accounts
HOW TO: Create a Strong Vision Statement for Your Child’s IEP Team
According to MakingSpecialEducationWork.com, your "vision statement is one of the most important and overlooked parts of the IEP. This statement isn’t a required part of the IEP in the federal law IDEA, but it is required by many states. It’s important because it serves as a guide for developing special education services and goals that will help a … Continue reading HOW TO: Create a Strong Vision Statement for Your Child’s IEP Team
What’s an IEP? What should it contain? and how do I keep it organized?
According to the U.S. Department of Education, "each public school child who receives special education and related services must have an Individualized Education Program (IEP). Each IEP must be designed for one student and must be a truly individualized document. The IEP creates an opportunity for teachers, parents, school administrators, related services personnel, and students (when appropriate) … Continue reading What’s an IEP? What should it contain? and how do I keep it organized?
8 Back-to-School Tips for Parents of Children with Special Needs
Hard to believe that in mid-July, many of us are already thinking about -- and planning for -- going back to school! But with more and more school districts moving to balanced calendars, gone are the days of three-month long summer vacations -- at least for many families! To help make the transition easier for … Continue reading 8 Back-to-School Tips for Parents of Children with Special Needs