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IEP Development

Formal and informal evaluations are needed to identify a child's needs and strengths. This information is the base for future directions of the IEP goals and objectives. The following resources offer guidance and consideration in developing an IEP for a student who is deaf-blind.

2015 Identificación e Intervención Temprana (Marzo/March)

Are Intervener Services Appropriate for Your Student With Deaf-Blindness?: An IEP Team Discussion Guide

Capacity or Deficit? The Lens We Use to View Students Does Make a Difference

Developing an Effective IEP for Children with Deaf-Blindness: A Parent Mini-Guide

Documenting Modifications in the IEP for the Student with Deaf-Blindness

IEP Meeting Checklist

IEP Quality Indicators for Students with Deafblindness

Issues in Deafblindness: When the IEP is Aligned With the General Curriculum

The importance of having the disability of deaf-blindness "checked" in the IEP

2014 Conociendo los derechos básicos de Educación Especial

Considerations in IEP Development for Children Who are Deafblind

Design to Learn IEP Development Guide

IEP Development Materials Bibliography

Informed Choices: Accountability and Individualization

It’s My Life! Considering the Student-Directed IEP Process

Standards-Based Individualized Education Program Examples

Who's Who on My Child's Team and What Are They For?

Working Together: Building Improved Communication

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