As students return to in-person instruction, their parents may be concerned about the repercussions of the pandemic on their child’s learning.
If you’re concerned your child is struggling, it might be time to make some additions to your child’s plan to incorporate remote learning accommodations.
How do you implement accommodations for students who have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) during a pandemic?
In an interview with ADDitude Magazine, learning expert and advocate Susan Yellin, Esq. answers questions about access to aides, testing, accommodations, behavior assessments and more.
Learn effective strategies to prepare for your child’s IEP meeting and improve your child’s educational program. Presented by Susan Bardet, Attorney with Special Ed Legal Consults.