Helping IEP
Jordana Siadman offers many different kinds of services and one of them is a therapy for kids. She has plenty of advice for people who wanna get an IEP diagnosis. There are several things she recommends for parents that will need these services. She recommends being open with the specialists and the teachers so that they get exactly what their kids need to best help them in their future. If there is a meeting, you should bring an advocate.
My best advice for IEP's is to be prepared to know what services you are trying to request for your child.

Key Takeaways:

If you are an IEP, then it is best to be prepared and know what to bring in.
Speech therapy evaluations and testing that has been performed should be brought in.
Starting lines of communication with teachers is vital when dealing with IEP people.

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