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Edited by AbbyGrant - 6/27/12 at 7:43pm
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* They may have a different name for it in CA--it's the meeting between parents, their child's teacher, the principal, and any other relevant staff, held before the start of school to come up with the "Individualized Education Plan" for the child, and addresses special needs and challenges.

 

This is an IEP (or ARD) meeting.

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AbbyGrant-

I understand that you are upset by taxi's post, but most of it isn't against the forum guidlines or the user agreement, though some of it is OT for the thread.  I have removed your post, since it is a personal attack and therefore against the UA. 

 

Taxi-

Please remove the part of your post regarding vaccinations and non-verbal autistic children.  It is OT for this thread.

 

I am well aware of issues on other forums on MDC.  This is not the place to work out those issues.  Please take it to PM or put each other on ignore. 


Edited by QueenOfTheMeadow - 6/23/12 at 7:22am
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That is really cool. And now that you mention it, I just realized how small our district is, so really the kids could only live but so far from each other no matter what school they attend.

 

And on another positive note, my son just started ESY services this week and was so excited to be back he could hardly wait to get in the door. The first thing he did was give his teacher a hug. love.gif And the speech therapist he'll be working with is awesome.

That's wonderful Abby!  It always knocks us back a few paces when things don't happy for our kids they way we want them to but it sounds like your little one is in the right place.

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