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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 your artboard start from scratch[clears the canvas] Navigating the Individualized Education Program (IEP) Process During the pre-referral phase, parents work together with teachers and staff to try and resolve problems informally within the classroom. Pre-Referral Referral If informal measures are not solving the problem, you can request an evaluation for specialservices. Referrals can be made by parents, teachers, or other staff. Send a Letter Revisions The IEP is reviewed annuallyor whenever you request a reviewmeeting. Every 3 years, your childwill be re-assessed to make sure theservices are the best fit for your needs. Attend Annual Review Meetings School Success! Attend IEP Meeting Implement Plan Provide Consent Be Evaluated Informed Consent After receiving a referral, the school district has 15 days to provide you with a plan for evaluating your child's needs. After reviewing it, you have 15 days to sign the consent before testing can begin. 15 Days Qualified school district personnel will assess your child to determine whether he/she needs special education services. Evaluations may be conducted by the school psychologist, speech/language pathologists, occupational and physical therapists, and others as needed. 30 Days 60 Days Evaluation IEP Meeting After the evaluation is done, you will meet withinvolved school personnel to review results anddiscuss your child's needs. If your child qualifies,you will discuss what services your child will receive and establish goals for the next year. Implementation Once you have signed the IEP, it will be implementedas soon as possible. If you disagree with the plan, you canrequest mediation to resolve the dispute. Prepared by Nicole Connolly, Ph.D. NOTE: Timelines are based on standards for families in California. Your state may vary.
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