The IEP, or Individualized Education Plan, is a plan that is set by parents and teachers to ensure that a child with a disability receives specialized instruction and related services that will enable him/her to be successful. It identifies the needs of the child, goals for the school year, as well as the support system required to meet those goals.
Not all students who have disabilities require specialized instruction. For students with disabilities who do require specialized instruction, an IEP is developed. For students with disabilities who do not require specialized instruction but need the assurance that they will receive equal access to public education and services, a document is created to outline their specific accessibility requirements. Students with 504 Plans do not require specialized instruction, but, like the IEP, a 504 Plan should be updated annually to ensure that the student is receiving the most effective accommodations for his/her specific circumstances.
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Our professional therapists provide loving, quality care to address a wide range of difficulties and are experienced to help your child reach his or her full potential.