If you have a child with special needs, then you will use and love this free app. You can get IEP assistance and free answers to your IEP questions from a Special Education Advocate. You will find valuable resources such as recreational opportunities and grant opportunities. We provide legislative alerts if you wish to take action on disability issues, as well as give you very specific tools to make it easier to do so. There’s an emphasis on fun and you’ll find creative play, food and craft activities so that you can make the most of your time at home with your child.
A Day in our Shoes has something for every special needs family. It is owned and run by parents who have children with special needs. We promote inclusion, equality, fairness and acceptance and we encourage you to join us on this journey. Special needs parenting is not easy, we all need supports. Technology has made it possible to bring these supports right to your fingertips, for free! You will have countless resources at your fingertips, from over 500 SDIs to possibly put in your child’s IEP to a plan to help you develop a Vision Statement for your child as part of the process and start the path to a successful transition.
This app provides valuable resource information for all disabilities and all levels. We help parents strategize and learn about many specific issues, such as autism, intellectual disabilities, medically complex and medically fragile, ADHD, bipolar and other mental health issues, social skills, dyslexia, dysgraphia, apraxia, Applied Behavioral Analysis-ABA, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Anxiety Disorders, Assistive Technology, Cerebral Palsy, Disability-Based Bullying, Disciplining Students with Disabilities, Evaluations and Testing, Executive Functioning and Accommodations, Extended School Year, Functional Behavior Assessments (FBAs) and Positive Behavior Support Plans (PBSP), FERPA, Functional Vision Evaluations, Hearing and Visual Impairment Accommodations, Homebound Programming, IDEA and Parental Rights, Independent Educational Evaluations, Manifestation Determination, Orientation And Mobility, Restraint and Seclusion, Specially Designed Instruction (SDIs), Specific Learning Disorders (math reading & writing), Speech and Language Evaluations, Transition Planning, Transportation, goal planning and goal setting.
With this app, you can network with other families if you wish to get support and suggestions. Probably the most important feature of this app is the IEP assistance. From answering specific questions, to helping parents better understand the IEP process and special education system, our motto is “No More Tears at IEP meetings.” We will give you the tools and information so that you can confidently navigate the system and effectively advocate for your child so that their needs are met.
To learn more about all that this app has to offer, you can visit http://www.adayinourshoes.com
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