Each child found eligible for special education must have a current Individualized Education Program (IEP) in place at the beginning of every school year. This module of the IEP Series
Each child found eligible for special education must have a current Individualized Education Program (IEP) in place at the beginning of every school year. This module of the IEP Series continues from Writing the IEP – Parts 1, 2, 3 and covers remaining parts of the IEP document: Section IV. Program Summary (Frequency/Amount/Duration/ Location), Section V. Student Participation (regular education environment and physical education) and Transition (for students turning 14). Also included: Response to Parent Requests (prior written notice), Parent Consent, and determination of Placement.
- Participants will be able to name the 4 descriptions required for each Service listed in the IEP.
- Participants will be able to when and what to include in the IEP for students turning 14.
- Participants will be able to describe the placement process, including parent consent.
Presenter: Bonnie Vander Meulen is WI FACETS’ Training Coordinator. Also, she is a licensed professional counselor with more than 40 years of counseling experience. She has worked extensively with students and families on all levels of the educational spectrum. She has previously served as the technical advisor for a Medicaid Infrastructure Grant through Pathways to Independence entitled Employment of Persons with Disabilities in Professional Positions. Previously, Bonnie completed her responsibilities as the primary facilitator for a Dept. of Education grant at the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater’s Center for Students with Disabilities. The mother of a young adult with multiple disabilities, Bonnie advocates for children with special needs.
(Tuesday) 12:00 pm - 12:40 pm