Understanding IEPs and Advocating for Your Child
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17 | 6:30pm - 8:00pm Brighouse Branch, Kids’ Place Program Room
If your child has a learning disability or faces other challenges that impact school achievement, they may have an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Learn more about the importance of having an IEP, how you as parents can influence the IEP process and the steps you need to take to become an effective advocate for your child. Program is presented by Dr. Kathryn Garforth who has professional expertise in Educational Psychology, a Ph.D. in Special Education with a learning disabilities concentration, and the personal experience of dealing with IEPs.
For more details, visit yourlibrary.ca/events, call 604.231.6412 or talk to a Richmond library staff member.