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What You Need to Know about IEP and IHP

If you have a child with educational and medical needs, this presentation is a must!

This presentation will give you the information you need to understand your child's Individual Education Plan (IEP) as well as how to incorporate an Individual Healthcare Plan (IHP) and Emergency Action Plan (EAP) for special needs in the school environment. You can't afford to miss this!

What You Need to Know about IEP and IHP

Tuesday, Aug. 23rd, 6-7:30pm

This is an online event.

This presentation will be held on Zoom. Registration required.

Click this link to register.

https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0kfuygqT4pHdaPNSUwnwoXi6XGGAV3hWt9

Presenters

Lisa Math B.S. CRPS-F

Lisa is the Director of Family S.T.A.R.(Support, Training, Assistance, and Resources) for Family Network on Disabilities. She is also a Certified Recovery Peer Specialist with an endorsement in working with Families. Lisa has multiple training certifications and has created curricula, webinars, presentations, and materials about systems of care. She has presented and trained professionals across the state, and on the national level, about the family's involvement in those systems. Her most important role is that of parent to a 24-year-old with special needs.


Ally Walford B.A. CRPS

Ally is the Program Director for the Parent Education Network, a project under the Family Network on Disabilities (FND), since 2018. She has completed Florida Partners in Policymaking and Pete’s Wrightslaw workshops and is a Certified Recovery Specialist. Ally has been involved with the public school system and IEPs since 2005 and enjoys educating parents on navigating the special education process. Ally lives in South Florida, where before working for FND did extensive volunteer work in the area of Special Education for over 15 years.

Facilitator

Rachael Craig-Dunn CRPS-F

Rachael is the Family Program Supervisor for Federation of Families, Broward under South Florida Wellness Network, Inc. Rachael Craig-Dunn is the mother of two young adults and due her lived experience, she became a Certified Recovery Peer Specialist for families. Her personal and professional knowledge helps educate and facilitate their journeys.

Family Network on Disabilities

Family Network on Disabilities has been supporting families and youth (age 26 and younger) with all disabilities since 1985. We provide information, resources, support and trainings to families, caregivers, youth, and providers at no charge.

www.fndusa.org

1-800-825-5736

South Florida Wellness Network

South Florida Wellness Network is a peer-run organization committed to behavioral health and holistic wellness for individuals and families.

www.sfwn.org

954-533-0585