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FREE IEP REVIEW DAY – MARCH 25th, 2020
Do you have questions or concerns about your child’s IEP or Section 504 plan? Are you wondering if your child’s special education and/or 504 needs are currently being met?
The Free IEP Review Day will provide parents/guardians an opportunity for a one-on-one review of their child’s IEP/504 plan with a special education attorney* and a special educator** at no cost. The review session will be up to an hour and will include a review of select school records and documentation and an opportunity to ask questions and receive feedback.
We can only accept a limited number of participants and priority for time slots is for low-income families.
If you are interested in participating, please complete this brief questionnaire by March 5th.
Selected participants will be notified via email. The event will be held in Montpelier on March 25th.
Please contact our office if you have any questions.
* Matt Keister is a Vermont licensed attorney with a focus area in special education law at the Law Office of Claudia I. Pringles, PLLC. Matt’s special education law practice is dedicated to assisting clients navigate special education and 504 plans and he frequently does presentations to families on the subject. Matt also represents individuals in involuntary guardianship hearings in Probate Court. He is a member of the Vermont Autism Task Force, the Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA), Special Education Advocates for Children (SPEAC), and he has a young child on the autism spectrum.
**Joy Wilcox has worked as a special educator in Vermont for over 40 years. Currently Joy coordinates the Special Education Endorsement Program and the Autism Certificate Program for the VT Higher Education Collaborative (VT-HEC). She is also an instructor of graduate courses in both programs (Assessment in Special Education, Teaching Children with Moderate to Severe Disabilities and Collaboration and Teaming: Working with Tough Teams). She supervises practicum students and is a member of the VT-HEC Operations Group. Joy also consults individually with schools and offers trainings to support school staff.