Augmentative/Alternative Communication (AAC) and Assistive Technology (AT) can be a very important part of your child’s education. Join us on September 14 at 12:15 p.m. CT, as Lisa Lightner, A Day in Your Shoes, shares information on what AT/AAC is, how to know if your child qualifies for it in their Individualized Education Program (IEP), and how to ask for it from the IEP Team.
Special guest presenter: Lisa Lightner, Special Education Advocate
About our presenter: Lisa Lightner has been advocating for marginalized families since 2010. Her award-winning blog, ADayInOurShoes.com, has been read by millions of parents across the globe and offers insightful and practical tips for advocating for your child’s IEP and getting your team to yes. Due to the pandemic and lack of in-person IEP meetings, Lightner has launched an online advocacy training program for parents called Don’t IEP Alone Academy. Lisa lives in suburban Philadelphia with her husband, two sons and two dogs.
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