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5 Questions You Need to Ask at Your Next IEP Meeting

With this guide, you can start an open dialogue with your IEP team, get in the driver’s seat, and be an effective advocate for your child.


*AAC can assist with delays in communication skills, use of visual supports and communication devices

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This 10-page guide will take you step-by-step through everything you need to talk about at your next IEP meeting.

You’ll also get access to a video guide on how to ask the right questions in the right way so you can invite collaboration, strengthen relationships, and maximize support for your child with your IEP team. 

Your Child’s Success Depends on You

53% of AAC users only know how to request and have not been taught to access the full continuum of language. This means many special needs children don’t have the ability to express their opinion or communicate concern. I help families avoid this outcome by giving you the tools to use your AAC to its fullest potential.

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Hi, I'm Courtney

I’m a disabilities advocate, IEP Coach, licensed Speech and Language Pathologist Assistant, and a mom of a child with disabilities.

What does that mean for you? I’m an expert who can help you navigate the complicated world of IEPs (and many more accommodations) while also understanding and making space for the emotional weight parenting a special needs child can carry. I have ten years of experience and personal experience helping my daughter access her voice in all settings, and I want this for you, too.

Writing the IEP is half the battle, implementation is where the magic happens!

Most parents don't know what questions to ask at the IEP table to make sure their support team is trained and familiar with AAC. You need to know this to help you know what to add to the IEP to support your child. 

Knowing what question to ask will help you be in the driver's seat, and ensure your child has what they need to access their education and communicatee with peers and staff.