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Virtual Workshop: Reading Progress Reports 101

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This workshop has been postponed. A new date will be announced in a future Autism Alliance monthly newsletter.

Please join us as Andria Entsminger of Elsbridge Family Advocates walks us through the ins and outs of progress reports.

This workshop will provide you an opportunity to learn what to look for in your child’s progress reports, red flags to be aware of and when to ask for a team meeting.  Progress reports should be concrete evidence as to whether the IEP is actually effective or if adjustments need to be made.  Learning how to read them and how to address concerns with the team effectively is an extremely important skill for parents to master.  Often parents underestimate the helpful evidence of lack of progress that these reports have hidden in them. 

If you see that certain goals have not been started or that your child is not progressing, it may be time to change those goals. Conversely, if your child is achieving all of their goals, this may be an indicator that the goals were set too low. 

This will be a hands on workshop where we will review actual progress reports.