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Navigating the IEP Evaluation Process: Part 2 - Permission to Evaluate Form Explained

October 25, 2023 Lisa Lightner Season 3 Episode 8
Navigating the IEP Evaluation Process: Part 2 - Permission to Evaluate Form Explained
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Don't IEP Alone.
Navigating the IEP Evaluation Process: Part 2 - Permission to Evaluate Form Explained
Oct 25, 2023 Season 3 Episode 8
Lisa Lightner

 Navigating the IEP Evaluation Process: Part 2 - Permission to Evaluate Form Explained
Relevant Links: https://adayinourshoes.com/iep-evaluations-iee-timeline/
https://adayinourshoes.com/iep-re-evaluations-what-parents-need-to-know-timelines/

Welcome back to another episode of Don't IEP Alone with Lisa Leitner! In today's episode, we are diving into part two of our series on IEP evaluations. 

Last time, we discussed the importance of requesting evaluations in writing and providing concrete examples of your concerns. Today, we will be exploring the permission to evaluate form and when a school may legally refuse to evaluate your child. 

Lisa will guide us through the intricacies of this form, the acronyms you may encounter, and why it's important not to request specific assessments. She will also share valuable tips on ensuring all areas of suspected disability are included on the form, and how you can document your expectations if needed. 

So grab your headphones and get ready to delve into the world of IEP evaluations. Let's not IEP alone!

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 Navigating the IEP Evaluation Process: Part 2 - Permission to Evaluate Form Explained
Relevant Links: https://adayinourshoes.com/iep-evaluations-iee-timeline/
https://adayinourshoes.com/iep-re-evaluations-what-parents-need-to-know-timelines/

Welcome back to another episode of Don't IEP Alone with Lisa Leitner! In today's episode, we are diving into part two of our series on IEP evaluations. 

Last time, we discussed the importance of requesting evaluations in writing and providing concrete examples of your concerns. Today, we will be exploring the permission to evaluate form and when a school may legally refuse to evaluate your child. 

Lisa will guide us through the intricacies of this form, the acronyms you may encounter, and why it's important not to request specific assessments. She will also share valuable tips on ensuring all areas of suspected disability are included on the form, and how you can document your expectations if needed. 

So grab your headphones and get ready to delve into the world of IEP evaluations. Let's not IEP alone!

Don't IEP Alone with Lisa Lightner, Special Education Advocate

Thank you for listening to this episode of Don't IEP Alone. See you next time!

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IEP Toolkit for Parents and IEP Teacher Toolkit

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