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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

Communication Supports Inventory-Children & Youth (CSI)

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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