As the end of the school year approaches, we must think about preparing for the next exciting school year. This may include new teachers for our child. Here are some ideas that you can use to engage and inform your child’s new teacher.
I am sure that teachers will like to receive this information before they start working with your child. Teachers have access to your child’s IEP, but many times the IEP does not provide all the information that is important for the teacher to know.
The more prepared the teachers are, the more likely it is that the child will have a successful school year. The Education and Schools section of this site offers a wealth of information and ideas.
Adding or changing to a new doctor means answering lots of questions about your child’s medical history. There is so much to remember. It’s not possible to keep it all in your head. Creating a care notebook that you can share with a health care provider makes it easier for everyone.
If you're familiar with the Admission, Review and Dismissal (ARD) process, you know there are certain people who must be invited to attend. But did you know that you, the parent, can also invite people to attend the meeting if they have an educational interest in your child?