Ensuring a Successful IEP / Final Transitional Meeting: Understanding Your Rights

Parents often are not informed of their rights during final years of high school, especially as it pertains to transition planning, evaluations, and support. This sometimes leaves families unsure of the best post-secondary track, or in other cases, without necessary documentation to ensure post-secondary success.

 

This session focuses on best practices associated with closing out relationships with secondary schools, whether that be through annual IEP meetings or transitional conferences.

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ALEXANDER MORRIS-WOOD

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Dean of Admissions, Transition Services, and Strategic Outreach

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