IEP Mini-Series for Parents: How to Become an Informed Essential Parent Team Member - Part 1
707 N. Broadway
Baltimore, Maryland 21205
Come join us for our two part IEP mini-series! Trainings will be held on September 12, 2015 and September 19, 2015 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Participants must attend both training sessions.
These FREE trainings are designed for parents of children in special education who would like to gain a better understanding of the Individualized Education Program (IEP) process in order to participate more effectively and make informed decisions during the development of their child's IEP. These workshops offer parents an in-depth look at the two components required for developing an appropriate IEP: the IEP meeting(s) and the IEP documment.
- Understand the IEP process
- Be familiar with the steps involved in completing the IEP document
- Develop a better understanding of their role in the IEP process
- Learn how to be an effective IEP team member
Please bring a copy of your child's IEP with you to the training. Parents will be given "homework" to complete in between the two sessions.
Eva Queen, Parents' Place of MD LEADer
Oge Ozo-Onyali, Parents' Place of MD LEADer
This presentation is for parents, family members and professionals. The training is free but registration is required to attend.
For More Information
For more information and to register, click on the event page. **Space is limited.**
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