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The Final IEP Meeting: Advice to the Mom I Once Was

The Final IEP Meeting: Advice to the Mom I Once Was

After her daughter's final IEP meeting, guest blogger Karen Jackson wrote a letter of reassurance to her younger, less experienced self. Tissue warning!

5 Ways to Build Positive Parent-Teacher Relationships

5 Ways to Build Positive Parent-Teacher Relationships

You have the power to build positive parent teacher relationships during this school year. Here are 5 to get you started. Next week, come back for 5 more.

The Emotional Toll of IEP Meetings

The Emotional Toll of IEP Meetings

The emotional toll of an IEP meeting is not to be discounted. Guest blogger Kimberly Drew shares 5 strategies she uses to deal with the aftermath of IEP meetings.

How Parents Can Advocate Effectively for Traumatized Children

How Parents Can Advocate Effectively for Traumatized Children

Traumatized children need adults to advocate on their behalf. This post discusses three skills parents must cultivate to be effective advocates for them.

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Jolene Philo is a published author, speaker, wife, and mother of a son with special needs.

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