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IEP

IEP

Individualized Education Plan in relationship to

-amended by Congress in 2004

(P.L. 108-446)

IDEA

Completed by Team A

Kathy Capen, Maria Delvecchio,

Denise Mitchell, and

Renee Bottersbusch

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What is an IEP?

What is an IEP?

*The IEP is a document developed by a team of persons from

the childs attending school system who have a direct relationship

to helping the student with special needs to be able to reach his

full potential.

*It is used to better understand how and what a child needs to

succeed in his education.

*It is there to serve as a road map to address the childs goals.

progress, and services.

*It is a legal document that is required for each student in the

Exceptional Childrens Program.

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IEP Amended 2004

IEP Amended 2004

Special Education law mandated changes

Must include information about students functional ability to perform & academic levels

Must include measurable yearly goals that are academic and functional

Parents to be provided progress reports

(Wright and Wright, 1998)

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Members of the IEP team

Members of the IEP team

Each meeting should include, but is not limited to, the following participants:

A local representative from the school agency

The child's teacher.

One or both of the child's parents or responsible party

The child, where appropriate.

Other individuals at the discretion of the parent or agency.

(Messina and Messina, 2006)

(U.S. Department of Education, 2006)

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Related Services

Related Services

Related Services shall be provided on an individualized basis.

Does the child need behavior services?

Occupational therapy, etc

What kind of services

will help me?

(Messina and Messina, 2006)

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Types of Related Services

Types of Related Services

Transportation

Speech-language pathology

Audiologist services

Interpreting services

Psychological services

Physical therapy

Occupational therapy

Recreation, including therapeutic recreation

Social work services

School nurse services

Counseling services, including rehabilitation counseling

(Messina and Messina, 2006)

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Considerations in Developing the IEP

Considerations in Developing the IEP

Assessment of Students needs (identify strengths and weaknesses)

Details of disability that are being addressed

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