Don’t forget about Page 8: Tips for Maximizing your Child’s IEP

Your child’s Individualized Educational Program, or IEP, is one of the most important parts of their education. The IEP provides the specifics of what instruction should include, what will be taught, and how success will be measured. It also includes those accommodations, supports, and modifications that must be provided based on your child’s individual needs in order for him/her to access and benefit from the educational plan that has been developed.

Champion Your Team: Creating and Sustaining a Multi-Disciplinary Treatment Team

Children with autism can often be taught new skills as well as further develop existing skills through carefully crafted treatment interventions. But a child with such unique and complex learning needs requires a constellation of services to do so, with each clinician ensuring fluid and consistent carryover of skills into all areas of the child's life.