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Do Not Tweet at an IEP Meeting

And Other Tips and Strategies to Negotiate Special Education Services
Narrated by: Erik Eason
Length: 2 hrs and 21 mins
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Attorney Anne Treimanis shares effective advocacy tips for families who have children with disabilities. She is unable to represent every student receiving special education services, so the best of what she knows is right here! These strategies are designed for families, advocates, and attorneys. Anne Treimanis has dedicated her entire career fighting for families and students, initially as a social worker and then for 30 years as an attorney.

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A must read/listen for any parent of child with special needs

This has been the most helpful book I’ve read about IEPs so far. Not much flowery language and straight to the point. This book lists what can and should happen during an IEP meeting and what you can do about it. I loved this book so much I went and bought a hard copy so I can highlight favorite passages and things I need to remember. The reader talk a little fast and sometimes I found myself rewinding to catch a missed piece of information but I also found myself rewinding to cement information too.
I cannot recommend this book enough to anyone who finds themselves overwhelmed at the thought of what an IEP meeting is or how to shift the power balance when sitting in one.

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New Special Ed Educator

As I begin my journey in becoming a special education journey this book gives me the just in time information to start navigating the IEP world. I feel more equipped to start engaging in the IEP process and being an advocate for special needs students. The performance was great, it kept me engaged throughout.