Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
The Right of Students with Disabilities
A Guide to an Individualized Education Plan that Works
Starting this October FND PEN will be hosting an in-person monthly workshop in collaboration with Lake County Public School.
We will cover a wide variety of topics related to special education, effective communication, resources and much more.
On October 18, 2023 we will present a workshop on A Guide to an IEP that works.
This is an in-person event and you can register in advance at this link: https://forms.gle/W4dMTQypncy4VDYM6 or scan the QR code to register.
Location for this event:
Grassy Lake Elementary
1100 Fosgate Road Minneola, Fl 34715
Developing and implementing an Individual Education Plan (IEP) is the equal responsibility of educators, parents, and other members of the IEP team. This workshop explains the IEP process and the importance of parental participation. Learn helpful tips for writing effective IEP goals and strategies.
A Guide to an IEP that works
Wednesday, Oct 18, 2023, 05:00 PM
Grassy Lake Elementary School, Fosgate Road, Minneola, FL, USA
Nov 15, 2023 - Collaborative Communication & Effective Parent Teacher Conference
Dec 13, 2023 - Transition to Kindergarten
Jan 17, 2024 - Best Practices for Inclusive Education
Feb 21, 2024 - Diploma Pathways
Location to be determined every month.
Soren Richardson - email@example.com
Parent Education Network (PEN)
Collectively the PEN Team has over 60 years of experience with all aspects of disability, from medical diagnosis, early intervention (IFSP) to school eligibility - IDEA/IEP, inclusion in school & community settings, navigating Transition and Post Secondary options to living independently, and much much more … our goal is to share our experience, strength and hope through informal storytelling of raising our children with a wide range of disabilities & family dynamics.
PEN serves 12 counties from Southeast FL into parts of Central FL (Broward, Indian River, Lake, Martin, Miami-Dade, Monroe, Okeechobee, Orange, Osceola, Palm Beach, Polk, and St. Lucie Counties). Please call 800-825-5736 if you would like to talk to a Parent trainer.
Family Network on Disabilities
For over 35 years, Family Network on Disabilities has developed up-to-date training on a variety of topics concerning the disability community that will benefit parents, self-advocates, educators, and professionals. You'll be glad to know we've added our youth advocate workshop series into the mix.