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Applying a Trauma-Informed Framework to the IEP Process: From Referral to Development
Applying a Trauma-Informed Framework to the IEP Process: From Referral to Development
 
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By Eric Rossen, Ph.D., NCSP, and David F. Bateman, Ph.D.

Unlike any other, this resource takes a step-by-step approach to addressing trauma as a part of IEP development -- from referral to family engagement, report writing, and IEP design and implementation. You get guidance to develop effective, compliant IEPs for these vulnerable students, including how to:

  • Recognize how trauma affects the student's functioning and consider the many circumstantial variables when writing IEP goals and objectives
  • Write trauma-informed present level statements that focus more on skill development rather than purely on behavioral compliance
  • Identify trauma-informed accommodations and make appropriate recommendations for interventions
  • Improve family engagement and increase trust during the IEP development process
  • And more

Plus, you get checklists and tools including 8 Steps for Trauma Screening, 62 Accommodations and Other Related Strategies for Students Who Have Experienced Trauma, Sample Language of Good vs. Bad IEP Goals, and more!


(2020. Pamphlet. 71 pp. Product Code: 300723. S/H: $5.50)


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