The IEP can seem complicated. Focusing on these four areas can help you understand it.
Understand accommodations and modifications in the public school system.
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Learn about this Texas program which provides services to children with extraordinary medical needs, disabilities, and chronic health conditions from a Texas physician.
The IEP sets goals for your child to achieve during the school year. Learn how those goals are defined and measured.
Learn about and how to obtain services offered by HHS. This article was previously titled DADS Medicaid Waiver Program. HHS now oversees the Medicaid Waiver Program. Changes were made to the text on this site. While the videos still reference DADS, the content is still relevant to the Medicaid Waiver Programs process.
This Texas state agency provides critical services for children with disabilities. This article gives an overview of those services and links to more information.
After you refer your child for special education, an evaluation is the likely first step. Here’s what you need to know.
Understand the PLAAFP statement and its importance in special education.
Understand what it means when related services are recommended for your child in special education.
You’ll hear lots of unique words and strings of letters used in the special education world. Here are some of the most common.
Specialists at Education Service Centers (ESCs) across Texas can help parents understand and navigate the world of special education.
Learn how the Texas Workforce Commission can help parents of children with disabilities find work and child care.
Understand what is discussed during the ARD meeting.
Understand what “special education” means and the basics of the IEP document.
Understand the key roles of those who attend the ARD committee meeting.
If your child is not eligible for special education services, he may still qualify for some services under a 504 plan.