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The Parent IEP Lab

Beth Liesenfeld, MOT, OTR/L

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Become a knowledgable parent advocate who understands the IEP system from all sides! This podcast aims to help you secure an IEP that provides a positive learning environment for your child without having to fight with the school by sharing "insider" information about school and IEP culture along with strategies effective parent advocates use to get what they need for their child! www.TheIEPLab.com The IEP Lab offers the Decoding IEP Data Online Workshop, self paced and supported courses, an ...
 
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Disability rights is the next frontier in civil rights. We believe education is the key to building an inclusive society and ensuring that all students are given an equal opportunity. The Inclusive Education Project Podcast, hosted by Special Education and Civil Rights attorneys, Amanda Selogie and Vickie Brett, offers a fresh, smart perspective on what it takes to truly make our educational systems and communities inclusive. Tune in each week as Amanda and Vickie share insight on topics ran ...
 
Podkāsts “Iepazīt Sevi” ir par psiholoģiju, dzīvi un mākslu būt kontaktā ar sevi. Šeit es runāju par dažādiem emocionāliem traucējumiem un to izpausmēm; veģetatīvo distoniju, panikas lēkmēm, u.c. Svarīgi! Visai informācijai šajā podkastā ir informatīvs raksturs un tā neaizvieto meklēt palīdzību pie speciālistiem! Kontakti saziņai un sadarbībām, janis.psihologija@gmail.com
 
I attend IEP meetings for a living and you just can't compete with that level of crazy.This is the only podcast dedicated to helping parents navigate the IEP process.Warning: I've been told I have a Philly accent. I don't hear it. Also, I curse. It's something I'm working on as far as personal development. So please don't be put off. I'm trying.Inspired by her own son with disabilities, Lisa Lightner is an award-winning blogger and advocate. She has previously worked for her county's Arc and ...
 
Único podcast en español que provee información y herramientas en español para empoderar a familias de estudiantes con discapacidad viviendo en Estados Unidos y Puerto Rico en su participación junto al equipo escolar en el diseño y monitoreo de la educación especial de sus hijos con impedimento o discapacidad.
 
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If you have a child that is hard to understand (either speech - like articulation or language - grammar, vouce, or order of words, etc) then this podcast goes throught the eligibility category of Speech and Language Impairment to qualify for an IEP! We look at the Colorado State Eligbility Checklist as an example, and talk about frequently missed o…
 
Happy Back-to-School Season! Whether you have already stepped boldly into the new school year or are frantically preparing for those upcoming first few days, all of us in the education world are hoping that 2022-2023 will be the best one yet! An important topic for any new school year is inclusivity; we should be asking ourselves how we can look fo…
 
Have you ever wondered if the goals in your child’s IEP are good goals or if they are the right goals for your child? We are joined by Matt Clovin of Peacewolf Advocacy who is sharing some great insight into what an IEP goal should include. In this episode we are talking about parents’ roles in determining goals for their child, the 3 things IEP go…
 
Serious emotional disability is a tough category! It's a little vague, and a lot of opinion (in my opinion!) In this podcast we cover: -Serious Emotional Disability Deffinition -Go through an Eligibility checklist (using Colorado's as an example) -Additional resources for parents regarding this category! Shownotes: www.theieplab.com/episode57 Faceb…
 
What is Least Restrictive Environment? Should your child be in the general education classroom 100% of the day? What is the best LRE percentage for students? In this episode we are diving into what LRE is, why there is no “right” LRE percentage, why LRE needs to be personalized for every individual student, the four categories of LRE, and what to c…
 
Hi everyone! We are excited to officially announce here on the podcast the opening of the IEP Learning Center, a virtual learning center for students across the country and the world. We are partnering with Barbara Arrowsmith and using the Arrowsmith Program, which can bring remarkable improvement to many students in the classroom and in their dail…
 
Other Health Impairment, otherwise known as OHI, is a difficult category to explain, especially because it tends to be a “catch all” category for any student experiencing lack of endurance (aka fatigue) or attention concerns (aka ADHD like symptoms). Our host Beth Liesenfeld, MOT, OTR/L goes through each area of the Colorado State Eligibility check…
 
Our emotions play such a huge role in our everyday lives, relationships, and even the effectiveness of our advocacy for our children. Licensed mental health therapist Kyira Wackett of Adversity Rising is joining us today to share some insight into feelings of guilt and shame and how it affects our communication, how to move forward from feelings of…
 
We were recently featured on Dr. Karen Wilson’s Diverse Thinking Different Learning podcast. Today’s episode is a replay of that conversation where we discuss what parents can do over the summer to help prepare their child for a successful upcoming school year. Whether your child has been in a summer school program or on a mental health break over …
 
If your child has a learning disability (including dyslexia) are you aware of your state's criteria for qualification? Are you also aware of the MASSIVE parent opportunity to get a truly effective IEP for your child by starting at the beginning of the process (that re-starts every 3 years?!) This week: Specific Learning Disability (SLD) eligibility…
 
Are you curious what a great parent and school IEP team relationship looks like and what amazing things can happen because of that relationship? Gary Martinez Jr. is sharing his story about how he advocated for his daughter and took on an active role in helping his daughter both in and out of school. He talks about what he wish he knew at the start…
 
Why would you need to know the eligibility checklist? It's because there are some PRIME opportuntities here to make sure your child has the right supports for EVERY area of acedemic struggle! We are going through the CO ASD eligibility checklist for an example, but please join the facebook group to get help to find your state's eligibility criteria…
 
Have you heard of Facilitated IEPs? Learn what they are, the process, and who can request one (free of charge) to make your next IEP feel more understandable and therefore have you advocating like a boss! Join me in learning from Katherine Rains, Special Education Regional Facilitator from the Colorado Department of Education! Shownotes: www.TheIEP…
 
Have you ever wondered why if your child has a diagnosis of Autism that the school won't qualify them under that label? Have you ever been confused about the difference between a diagnosis and an educational label? Well, today, we are going through the 13 categories and talking about the big picture of those categories! Shownotes: www.theieplab.com…
 
Unsure of what paperwork from your child’s IEP to keep and what you can toss? Today we are diving into what paperwork you should keep, why it is so important to keep some of the previous IEPs, what to do if you are missing some old IEPs, and how to organize all your paperwork to make it more easily accessible to reference. Plus, I am sharing a real…
 
Have you considered getting an outside tutor for your child but are unsure what that would look like with their IEP? There can be a lot of questions when thinking about getting outside support for your child. Today, Jessyka Coulter from Ace Cookie Tutoring is here to give us some insight on getting the most out of outside tutoring services. In toda…
 
Barbara Arrowsmith Young joins Amanda and Vickie on today’s podcast. Brain plasticity, how brains learn and how they develop, and how we can be better at providing learning environments and programs for not only kids who are differently-abled, but all kids, are the highlights they’ll be covering. Don’t miss this fascinating, cutting-edge insight! B…
 
Decoding IEP Data Workshop: www.TheIEPLab.com/data Moving is stressful enough and when you add on getting your kid with an IEP settled into a new school district, it can make things even harder. Good news! I’m here to help give you some tips that will make transitioning to a new school and new special education department much less stressful for yo…
 
We are taking a break over the summer, so this is “goodbye–see you later” for a few weeks. We will return for the 2022-2023 school year, hoping for a smoother and better-executed plan for our students. We hope that we’ve brought some helpful information and inspiration to get you through these challenging times in education. Join us today for a few…
 
If you’ve wondered if there’s a connection between accommodations and inclusions, you’re not going to want to miss this episode with Tim Kretchman! We are diving into what inclusion is, common barriers to inclusion, and how to find appropriate accommodations. Plus, he shares an app that helps parents and teachers individualize education for our stu…
 
Welcome to the official start of summer and to our exciting conversation with author, innovator, researcher, educator and teacher, and entrepreneur, Barbara Fernandes, as we discuss her involvement in technology. Barbara Fernandes, an award-winning Brazilian-American Speech-Language Pathologist, immigrated to the United States as an adult with very…
 
Did you know that IEP goals HAVE to be directly related to state standards of education? Do you know this is how you can tell what your child's general education class is learning? Join me to talk all about state standards, how to find them, and of course, how they relate to your child's IEP goals! Shownotes: www.TheIEPLab.com/episode44 Facebook Gr…
 
We made it! This long and awful school year is finally over. It was its own unique beast unlike any other with so many challenges. COVID has disrupted two full school years now, so we have high hopes for a more normal upcoming school year. With that in mind, accommodations are a big part of the IEP for any student, and this conversation takes a clo…
 
Today’s guest takes us on a fascinating and educational journey into ableism, the study of disabilities and prejudices of disabilities. Dr. Michelle Nario-Redmond, a social psychologist at Hiram College in Hiram, Ohio, joins Amanda and Vickie to discuss changing people’s perceptions about disability. Michelle is the author of Ableism: The Causes an…
 
If you are wondering if you should push for that IEP meeting to be held, or for you to request that evaluation, this podcast is for you! Context always helps advocacy efforts, so we start there with what your case manager is up to at this time of year. THEN, we will talk about the advantages of speaking up now, and some alternitives if your first c…
 
There is nothing lighthearted about this episode as we come to you with heavy hearts today. Here we are on the heels of the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, and every parent and teacher has strong emotions about what happened. This fresh tragedy brings to mind the Sandy Hook massacre in 2012, and some of us “elder millennials” even remember the sh…
 
Have you ever heard "start with the end in mind"? It works for so many things, including IEPs! In this episode, we will walk through why a vision statement may be helpful for a variety of reasons! Then I'll walk you through the process of writing one (in 30 minutes or less!) AND, of course, I have a free handout to walk you through it, too! You can…
 
In the world of education, we focus so much attention on academic progress and the details of those IEP meetings. One aspect of education that is often overlooked is the role that play and leisure can have in reaching students, improving their communication skills and self-confidence, and learning to engage with others while having fun. Join us to …
 
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