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  1. GP
    January 14, 2019 @ 2:34 pm

    Is Jack’s IEP team incorporating transition plans into the IEP yet, and does Jack attend his IEP meetings? I recently read that it really helps the child learn self-advocacy skills when they learn which accomodations and modifications they are receiving. Another blogger made it clear to me that a lot of children with an IEP don’t realize that there is all this behind-the-scene stuff going on. As a result, we inadvertently hinder their ability to make these arrangements for themselves in the future.

    A good transition plan usually starts at age 14 and may involve future opportunities such as interships with a job coach while still in high school.

    I am bringing this up because I was wondering what you meant with the “wolf at the door.” I am thinking that it perhaps referred to one’s worry about the future and the child’s transition into adulthood, but I may be mistaken.

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  2. E
    January 15, 2019 @ 12:38 am

    You are such a beautiful soul. Jack is so blessed to have you as his perfectly imperfect mom! You are amazing!

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  3. Molly Fliearman
    January 15, 2019 @ 11:10 am

    Always so good! Posted an executive my IG and will continue to sing your praises. Btw, did CVS catch you with the lip gloss?

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