IEP Guide For Parents: Navigating Extra School Support

You have an amazing child. They are bright and do well in many areas, but this year may have left them feeling unfocused, fidgety, or having a tough time managing their emotions. This year of stress, at-home schooling, and lack of socialization has been tough on kids and teens! In other words, things may be feeling “out of balance.”

As a result, you and your child may be feeling nervous about the upcoming school year and the transition back to the demands of in-person schooling.

We created this IEP Guide to help parents who feel their child needs additional support in school.

Whether your child has an existing IEP that needs some changes for the transition back to in-person school, or you believe your child may need the additional support that an IEP provides, this guide will help your family navigate the IEP process and make a plan for the school year ahead.

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Fill out the form to download our "IEP Guide for Parents" to help your family navigate the IEP process and make a plan for the school year. 

 

Help Your Child Get Back on Track

If your family is feeling unsure about the upcoming school year, you’re not alone! At Brain Balance, we understand what you’re going through. The Brain Balance Program is designed to help kids, teens and young adults build the focus, behavior, and social-emotional skills to keep up in school. Brain Balance has helped more than 45,000 children reach their true potential. When you fill out the form above, not only will you receive our "IEP Guide for Parents" but one of our knowledgeable team members will reach out to see how Brain Balance can help. 

Check out these helpful resources for families navigating IEPs and 504 plans 

Fill out the form to download the "IEP Guide for Parents"