An Introduction

We have put together a list of our favorite links regarding IEPs. Remember, your best resource is often other parents with experience in this area. Bring your advocate and any other key people to your meeting. If possible, bring someone specifically to take notes. Do not be afraid to ask those present to repeat and/or spell their names. Stand up for your child's rights, be prepared and don't expect the worst....


Please note, most of the information and laws pertain to American schools, however, content can be adapted for other countries...there are GREAT ideas here!  For Canadian educational and IEP information, visit Autism in Canada/Ontario/GTA and York Region.


To learn basic information and strategies on IEPs from the Autism Society, click here.  To read this PDF file from the ASA, you will need to download Adobe Acrobat. Please click here.


2: August 11, 2002