Our Parent Guide is an expert at navigation, and connected to every part of the IEE process. They manage coordination and communications.
Speech & Language Evaluation
A speech and language assessment can identify and help if your child doesn't understand language, has problems forming words and sounds, using spoken language, or co-ordinating facial movements.
Occupational Therapy Evaluation
An Occupational Therapy IEE includes but is not limited to assessing motor skills, sensory regulation, functional skills, and visual motor and perceptual skills.
A psychoeducational evaluation will help identify your child's unique learning style, by measuring a range of cognitive skills such as reasoning and memory. Psychoeducational evaluations also assess social-emotional and behavioral needs that may impact your child's ability to learn in their school environment.
IEPready is here to support parents through obtaining Independent Education Evaluations for children with special needs.
We are bridging education gaps by providing direction through the evaluation process.
Connect with your Parent Guide
This is where you discuss all of your needs, and options. We collect individual history, medical records and any other information that might be helpful in the IEE process.
We will review all of the available records as well as any existing IEPs. This will allow us to determine which evaluations we may need.
The Parent Guide schedules all appointments: observation, evaluation, report writing, report feedback and IEP meetings.
Conduct the Evaluation(s)
The evaluations are conducted by a licensed provider, based on service type. IEPready offers Speech & Language, Occupational Therapy and Psych-Ed Independent Education Evaluations.
Complete the Report
The provider will offer the report to the parent(s) and offer feedback/explanation of findings. Recommendations and referrals are offered at this time. Reports at IEPready are professional and offer a great amount of clarity for parents and educators.
Attend the IEP Meeting
The provider will attend the IEP meeting with the parent and offer feedback based on the evaluation findings.
Parent Centered Process
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