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Type Out IEP Goals

Be prepared, and stay focus on the speaker. IEP goals can be tricky and written in such a manner that you believe you’re deciphering codes as opposed to goals.

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How to Rock Your Next IEP

Own your power. You’re your child’s home-team and school team leader, embrace that role. Gratitude and a positive attitude can go a long way.

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hello!

I have two kiddos on complete ends of the spectrum-- a daughter with Aspergers and ADHD...and
a son with classic Autism, Speech Language Apraxia, & Sensory Processing Disorder.

So, I'm definitely on this journey with you. 

I’m passionate about helping other autism mamas simplify their lives, so they can experience more joy in motherhood. 

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