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Becoming The CEO
Of Your Child's IEP Meeting!

The ultimate IEP Checklist to mastering the IEP meeting like a pro

Avoid IEP Meeting Nightmares!

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Confused

No more feeling overwhelmed and needing clarification on the entire IEP process. Including the challenging and hard-to-understand jargon and terminology used in special education.

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Progress

Your child is making progress or their lack of progress is due to not receiving the appropriate support and services they need to make academic, social, and emotional progress.

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Communication

No more worrying about not being informed of your child’s progress, not having your questions answered promptly, and feeling like the IEP team is not hearing your voice.

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Communication

... your child’s IEP is tailored to their individual needs or if their strengths and weaknesses are being fully addressed.

Say Goodbye to Feeling...

Overwhelmed

Knowing that your child is not making progress but you have no idea what exactly is needed; such as appropriate goals, services and accommodations they’re entitled to?

Bullied

Sitting there alone with a table of administrators, teachers and service providers, pushing a plan at you and telling you to sign, even though you KNOW this plan isn’t right for your child?

Angry

Listening to people who don’t know your child the way you do, shut you down at every turn?

Scared

Scared for your child – scared you didn’t fight hard enough, scared you’re failing your child, scared the school doesn’t care for your child the way they should, and scared that your child isn’t getting the opportunity to succeed in life?

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SMART Goals

Progress

Say Goodbye to the IEP Meeting Stress and Headaches

Individual Needs & Progress

  • No more worrying about whether your child’s IEP is tailored to their individual needs or if their strengths and weaknesses are being fully addressed.
  • No more worrying about whether your child is making progress or their lack of progress is due to not receiving the appropriate support and services they need to make academic, social, and emotional progress.

The Unknown

  • No more feeling overwhelmed and needing clarification on the entire IEP process. Including the challenging and hard-to-understand jargon and terminology used in special education.

Communication

  • No more worrying about not being informed of your child’s progress, not having your questions answered promptly, and feeling like the IEP team is not hearing your voice.
  • No more worrying about whether your child is making progress or if their lack of progress is due to not receiving the appropriate support and services they need to make academic, social, and emotional progress.

The Unknown

  • No more feeling you have all these legal rights to learn or what steps to take to ensure your child gets the education they deserve.

Ensuring your child gets everything they need and deserve during their IEP meeting takes more than just knowledge of the law – it requires putting that knowledge into action. We understand the frustration. That’s why we’re here to help you make it happen – ensuring your child gets everything they need. Let’s go ahead and turn your knowledge into action together.

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Meet Raven Woods, the CEO and Founder of Autism Mama Rocks the IEP

Raven Woods is an exceptional advocate for children with disabilities. With nearly two decades of experience, she wholeheartedly supports parents, caregivers, teachers, and emerging advocates. By empowering them with her extensive expertise, Raven plays a pivotal role in ensuring the best outcomes for these remarkable children. Her commitment shines through in her work as a CEO, guiding families through the complexities of securing support for their children’s education. Raven’s dedication echoes throughout national associations, safeguarding the right to education for children with disabilities everywhere.

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GETTING STARTED IS EASY

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