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The show was great! Dr. Adlman did my moms shoulder replacement.
I adopted an eight year old from foster care who has the ability to do better in school, but because he is immature and behind the school keeps him in inclusive classes. My fight with the school is just getting me a reputation of being difficult.
Do you have any suggestions for me?
Does he have an IEP? Early on in the process a friend told me never to go to an IEP empty handed, know your goals, know the people and bring a goodie to share. Independent testing is always a great place to start too. Dev tested at a 5th grade level at our tutors, and a 3rd grade at the school. Having both pieces of information helps to makes for a better plan.
I also try to remember to give compliments when I can, often the educators are just as anxious at IEP’s as we are.
The other very helpful thing is to have someone not emotionally invested to go to the IEP with you. The Seattle Special Ed PTA can help with this. Good Luck!
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