Every year, the Northborough/Southborough Special Education Parent Advisory Council (NSPAC) hosts a “Basic Rights” workshop.
Subtitled “Understanding the IEP A Free Virtual Workshop for Parents and Professionals”, this year’s workshop is scheduled for Thursday, April 28th from 6:30 – 8:30 pm. The program is brought by the Federation for Children with Special Needs.
The flyer promotes:
This presentation will delve into the Individual Education Program (IEP) document, its development, the breakdown of each section and understanding how the document will support a student.
- Why the IEP is Important
- Who is eligible for an IEP
- How the IEP is Developed
- Strengths and Concerns
- Vision Statements
- IEP Sections including PLEP A & B, Annual Goals and Service Delivery Grid
- Differences between Accommodations and Modifications
- Response, Placement and Consent
- Procedural Safeguards and more!
The workshop will be presented by Elaine Rabbitt. Rabbitt is Vice President of the Special Needs Advocacy Network. She is a special education advocate and parent coach who has supported families in Central Massachusetts since 2007.
To register, click here.