My son has Asperger's, so we've been in the IEP realm for a while. His has specific goals for each year. At each IEP meeting, we go over the goals and what his progress is in meeting them. Generally the meeting includes the principal, his primary teacher and his writing teacher, and the school psychologist. The speech therapist had been involved for a while but he finished speech therapy. We get progress reports from the occupational therapist, but he's not seeing that specialist regularly so she doesn't participate.
If I have any questions, they get answered, and I do get some great suggestions on things I can do at home to help with his study habits and his interaction with others.
at 1:40 AM on May. 21, 2010