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Printable Toolbox

Printable Toolbox

Select from our (growing) list of printable items by clicking on the box of your choice, downloading the item you slected, and keeping it as a printable resource for your toolbox!

SMART Goals Graphic Organizer

Use our colorful guide to understanding what makes a SMART goal true to form.

On-the-Go SMART Goals

The IEP Check-Up Checklist for Parents

Download our IEP Check-Up Checklist for 5 great tips for easing your mind and starting the school year off with success!

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10 Questions to ask at an IEP Meeting

A critical component in advocacy is asking the right questions in order to receive relevant information. This quick guide provides 10 question prompts for parents to reference during their child’s IEP meeting. 

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The ABCs of Special Education

Download our handy list of common acronyms used most often to describe special education services, programs, and more!

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Official Parent Organizer Packet

Download our Parent Organizer Packet  and have tools for understanding goals, decoding acronyms, organizing contacts, and preparing for upcoming teacher / IEP meetings in one easy guide!

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Key New Jersey Special Education Timelines

The world of special education is surrounded by timelines. Download and print out our NJ timeline guide for at-a-glance support. 

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NJ Rules for Special Education

Download the list of special education rules published by the New Jersey Department of Education. These are the rules that IDEA does not specifically address, but are regulations in NJ.

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School Contact Log for Parents

Add this organizer to your binder of information to help keep track of the key people at your child’s school that you will likely be in contact with during the year. 

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5 guidelines for developing an effective PLAAFP:

The basis of the PLAAFP is delineated by IDEA and upheld by state laws governing special education procedures, programs, and services. These regulations ensure every IEP will include a PLAAFP, yet they do not provide a framework for describing how a comprehensive and proficient PLAAFP should be developed and finalized. For this, every parent/professional must rely on best practice guidelines & recommendations. The following guidelines offer detailed touch points and particulars to consider when developing and/or reviewing your next PLAAFP in preparation for an IEP meeting:

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