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Creating Meaningful IEP Meetings: The 4 Most Critical Areas of IEP

April 29 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm CDT

Free
Join The Place for Children with Autism as we host Wanda Malone Educational Services for this free & virtual event

This webinar will teach families and the special needs community how to best prepare and create meaningful IEP meetings that are both collaborative and student centered. Given the challenging year families have faced with the pandemic, Wanda Malone Educational Services will cover the 4 critical areas of the IEP that should be updated. Parents should leave this workshop feeling empowered, prepared, and a sense of relief.

About the speaker:

Wanda Malone is a special needs mom and Bilingual (English & Spanish) IEP Coach/Advocate. She has been an advocate in the special needs’ community for over 13 years. Wanda helps special needs families and the entire IEP team navigate the IEP journey with a plan, creating functional goals and preparing the child for the future.

About the host:

Dr. Lapin is the director of outreach at The Place for Children with Autism. The Place provides ABA therapy (i.e., autism therapy) to children ages 2-6 in a full day pre-school setting. Dr. Lapin has expertise in autism, toilet training, assessment and treatment of challenging behaviors, and works at The Place to diligently support families after a diagnosis of autism.

Details

Date:
April 29
Time:
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm CDT
Cost:
Free
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