The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires the following information
be included in an IEP:

  • Present level of academic achievement and functional performance
  • Annual Goals
  • Description of how progress towards goals will be measured
  • Special education services that will be provided
  • Related Services, Supplementary Aids, Supplementary Services
  • Program modifications (to aid child in reaching goals set above)
  • The extents to which the child will (and will not) participate in academic and
  • non-academic activities with non-disabled peers
  • Individual Accommodations
  • Projected date for implementation of the IEP
  • Frequency, location and duration of services
  • Transition planning for a child 15 and older

ALL areas must be included in an IEP, regardless of the state the IEP is created in, age
of child, or disability.

As your Special Education Advocate, Julie can help you plan for your child’s
Individualized Education Plan (IEP) meeting, so that you are able to get the services
your child truly needs. Contact her today to set up your FREE initial consultation!
phone: 757-692-3528