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Jamie Lynn

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Hi, I'm struggling with my daughter's disability team.  They don't seem any be listening or taking on board what I'm trying to explain to them.  I don't feel like my voice is being heard on my daughter's behalf.  Any advice would be appreciated.  What should I do? 

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There is a saying in education:  If it's not in writing, it didn't happen.  I think this is happening to you.  Start writing instead of talking.  Request that the things you write are copied into your child's file/IEP so that the teachers can reference what's there.  Also keep in mind that the school's evaluation should have covered all areas of suspected disability.  If it didn't or the results are not accurate, the team will still be following that as gospel for everything your child needs.  If it's not complete or accurate, you might need the school to do more testing or you might need to request an IEE.  https://adayinourshoes.com/iee-independent-education-evaluation/

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Yes, everything must be done in writing and especially at these 5 points in the IEP process.

 

https://adayinourshoes.com/iep-must-do-for-parents/

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