For Parents of Children with Special Needs: 9 Things to Know About the IEP

  • There’s no better therapy than repeating what others do. For example: The most typical challenge for any child with special needs is language, but language can’t be learned in a weekly or biweekly therapy session. Therapists can provide techniques and directions, but if these tools are not used in everyday activities, they’ll never be useful.
  • Learning to be strong. To believe in themselves and to understand that we are all perfect the way we are; that we all have strengths and weaknesses.