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IEP & 504 Plans defined– Moving with a military child with Exceptional Needs
Feb 13th, 2020 by militarychild at 2:25 pm

MCEC Master Parent Educators Katja and Susan talk about IEP’s and 504 Plans and share tips on “must know” information when moving with a military child with exceptional needs. 

 

This podcast features an exert from our MCEC Parent to Parent webinar, Transitioning Schools with Children with Exceptional Needs. If you want to participate in the full training and download the resource click on this link:  https://events-na5.adobeconnect.com/content/connect/c1/968319730/en/events/event/private/1825780098/1843701586/event_registration.html?connect-session=na5breez433awpdssb9c8qdq&sco-id=2253525988&_charset_=utf-8

 

Special Needs Parent Toolkit Birth to 18 at https://www.militaryonesource.mil/products#!/detail/146

(Section 504) 28 CFR Sec. 36.104 https://www.ada.gov/regs2010/titleIII_2010/titleIII_2010_regulations.htm#a104

For more information on the Interstate Compact, SEC. 5.103 Special Education Services, check http://www.mic3.net/assets/rules-2018-revised-9-nov--2018.pdf and watch our recorded webinar on the Interstate Compact at www.militarychild.org/webinars

Military Student Transition Consultant (MSTC):  https://www.militarychild.org/programs/military-student-transition-consultants-affiliate-msta School Liaison Officer (SLO): https://www.dodea.edu/Partnership/schoolLiaisonOfficers.cfm

DoDEA: https://www.dodea.edu/curriculum/specialeduc/index.cfm

 

This podcast was made possible because of the generous support from the Wounded Warrior Project.


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