Does your child need an IEE?
When was the last time your child had an Independent Education Evaluation? Children who have IEPs must be evaluated at least once every three years, whereas other students in mainstream curriculums could be struggling without getting the accommodations they need. Let’s talk about evaluations: how do parents know if and when it’s time for their child to be evaluated?
If your child has an IEP or 504 Plan, they may need a new evaluation. As a parent, you are entitled to call a meeting with your child’s IEP team to discuss any concerns you have about their progress. If you have not seen the progress you believe your child is capable of, are concerned about the implementation of the IEP, or want new goals established, it’s time to meet with your team.
If you are not able to reach a satisfactory decision with your team, you have the right to request that the school re-evaluate your child, or to seek an Independent Education Evaluation, at the school’s cost. IEPready provides IEEs to students while coaching parents through the process of school communication.
If your child does not have an IEP, that doesn’t mean you don’t have concerns. If you’ve noticed your child struggling in school, getting an objective and comprehensive profile on their abilities is necessary. Our IEEs will determine their strengths and weaknesses across disciplines, and how their skill set contributes to their academic performance as a whole.
At IEPready, we provide comprehensive evaluations that assess educational, occupational, and speech and language functioning. Our standardized assessments show how your child is performing in relation to national norms.
As a parent, you need to know if it’s time to seek intervention for your child. If you have concerns about your child’s performance, establishing a baseline is the first place to start.
Please contact our Parent Representative to get started.
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