If your student is not eligible for an IEP, it may be time to consider pursuing a 504 Plan to help them get the support they need. This article will help you navigate the difference between the 504s and IEPs, and offer suggestions for other interventions that could help your student.
If your student is struggling in school and is not getting the level of support they need, it may be worthwhile to consider an IEP. To do so, it’s important to understand what that is, the evaluation process, and the available accommodations and modifications
The transition from summer to school is notoriously challenging for children and families. This year, in addition to getting up early and learning a new schedule, children must also get used to being around more people in the school building and practice a host of safety protocols. Check out these tips to prepare you and your student for the year ahead.
It’s no secret that children and adolescents are complex. When your child is struggling, finding the source can feel impossible. A comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation can help. Get clarity on the unique issues your child is facing and find their path to success.
Organizational skills need to be taught to children, and one of the most effective ways to encourage this is to help your student develop a routine. By addressing important areas like tracking assignments, managing materials, time management, and task planning, you can help your child stay on top of their school routine, whether it’s at home or in-person.