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63. Effective Communication is Critical in Special Education

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In this episode, I am going to be talking about ways to build a foundation for effective communication with your child’s educational team. The key to effective communication is first to have a willingness to be involved in planning their education.
It is important that you are always be prepared for
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In this episode, I am going to be talking about ways to build a foundation for effective communication with your child’s educational team. The key to effective communication is first to have a willingness to be involved in planning their education.
It is important that you are always be prepared for your IEP meetings and what you do or don't do and how involved you are in between those meetings is necessary in order for you to be prepared.
You have to have a partnership with the entire team and always keep the focus on your child and what they need to be successful. What is working and what isn’t working. Be sure that you always understand what is being offered and if you don’t, ask for clarification.
Ask questions, bring up your ideas or concerns, and discuss them.
Before attending any meeting, it is important that you know the purpose of the meeting and who will be attending. You should request a meeting notice which will list both of those things. The purpose of the meeting, meaning what will be discussed as well as who is invited to attend.
Great communication includes listening as well as speaking. Building an effective IEP team takes trust and respect.
Perspective is everything and often most of us rarely have the same perspective.
Always be willing to work as a team to find solutions so that your child gets the most appropriate education for them to meet their needs.
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