If you are a subscriber, I’ve been in touch recently. If you don’t subscribe – here’s a brief update.
Life After IEPs is a labor of love for me. I’ve invested many hours here – striving to help you plan for the big transition from school to life after IEPs. I keep pretty busy at my “day job” as a transition planning consultant to 18 school districts – and I’m active with our local transition coordinating council.
Back in 2014, Life After IEPs reached the point where it was a source of essential transition planning information – with links to important free resources. I was happy to provide this as a gift to families and IEP teams – and I moved on to other projects.
Now – it’s time for me to return for some new content and some link mending.
Most posts link to public agencies, universities, school districts or non-profit organizations that have developed free transition planning tools. Unfortunately (and this is really frustrating) – the urls for many of these resources have changed. Often – the resources are still available – but at a different link.
Just as, in Greek mythology, Sisyphus pushes the rock uphill for all eternity - the job of updating all the links on this site is an unending task.
Let’s work smarter rather than harder on this:
- I will spend one hour a week updating links
- If there is a post with a broken link that is very important to you – you can:
- ”google the resource”, and/or if that doesn’t work you can
- email me at Mary@LifeAfterIEPs.com and I’ll prioritize that link.
I will be adding posts occasionally to highlight new resources or changes in relevant laws, etc.
If you have questions or topics you’d like me to address – click on the envelope icon to send me an email.
All the best to you and your child as you plan for life after IEPs!
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