New Community Opportunities Center at ILRU Presents...an IL Conversation
Strategies for the IEP Process
Transcript of today's call: Click Here
Melody Beaver, Youth Advocate, Southwest Center for Independent Living
Mike Beers, Youth Transition Coordinator, Summit Independent Living Center
Email Contacts for the presenters to contact for questions.
February 5, 2015
3:00 - 4:30 PM Eastern
Evaluation for IL Conversations
Join us to learn:
• What is an IEP? What are a student's rights in an IEP?
• How to create a working relationship with the schools, parents and students.
• Two advocates experiences working towards student goals in an IEP.
• What are your tips and strategies for working in an IEP?
Join the conversation via the APRIL Bridge line at 267.507.0400, using pin code 922899. To access the CART and print materials on February 5th, and the audio recording and transcript following the teleconference, log on to http://www.april-rural.org.
NOTE: When calling in during the scheduled time, if you are put on hold for longer than a minute or two, or if the sound quality is poor, please hang up the phone and call back in.
There is NO Registration Fee for this Teleconference. Please do not use cell or speaker phones as this may distort the audio quality. This is not a toll free call and your regular long distance charges will apply.
Please call from a quiet location to join the discussion, or just listen in.
This IL Conversation is presented by the New Community Opportunities Center at ILRU, a national training and technical assistance program of Independent Living Research Utilization (ILRU), and was organized and facilitated by APRIL.
"Support for this presentation was provided by the U.S. Department of Education, Rehabilitation Services Administration under grant #H400B100003. No official endorsement of the Department of Education should be inferred."
IL Conversations originated with the University of Arkansas, CURRENTS.
For more information contact:
APRIL Director of Training and Technical Assistance
APRIL and the IL-NET
52 Corbin Hall
University of Montana
Missoula, MT 59801
Presented by New Community Opportunities Center: Support is provided by the U.S. Department of Education, Rehabilitation Services Administration. No official endorsement of the Department of Education should be inferred. The New Community Opportunities Center is a national training and technical assistance project for centers for independent living and statewide independent living councils (H400B100003). The New Community Opportunities Center is operated by Independent Living Research Utilization (ILRU). ILRU is a program of TIRR Memorial Hermann, a nationally recognized rehabilitation center for persons with disabilities.