What is an IEP?
IEP stands for Individualized Education Program. An IEP is a legal document that clearly defines how a school plans to meet a child’s unique educational needs that result from a disability. The IEP is the cornerstone of a child’s special education program. The goals of an IEP are twofold: to set reasonable, measurable goals for the child and to also specify the services the school will provide.

Who needs an IEP?
IDEA has outlined 13 categories of special education. In order for a child to qualify for services, they must fall under one of them. In addition, their disability must adversely affect their educational performance. These categories (in alphabetic order) include:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder: a developmental disability that mainly affects a child’s social and communication skills, and sometimes behavior.
  • Deafness: a severe hearing impairment that prevents a child from processing language through hearing.
  • Deaf-Blindness: a combination of a hearing and a visual impairment.
  • Hearing Impairment: hearing loss that is less severe than deafness.
  • Intellectual Disability: below-average intellectual ability.
  • Multiple Disabilities: a child with more than one condition covered by IDEA.
  • Orthopedic Impairment: an impairment to a child’s body, no matter the cause.
  • Other Health Impairment: conditions that limit a child’s strength, energy, or alertness.
  • Specific Learning Disability: a learning issue that affects a child’s ability to write, listen, speak, reason, or do math.
  • Speech or Language Impairment: a range of communication problems such as stuttering, impaired articulation, etc.
  • Traumatic Brain Injury: a brain injury caused by an accident or some kind of physical force.
  • Visual Impairment, including Blindness: partial or complete loss of sight, not correctable by eyewear.

How will we take part on IEP?
Teachers from the digital school will interact with the parents and with help of a checklist, will assess present functional level of the child. To complete this assessment, video conference will be arranged among parents, other professionals/ therapists and teachers to understand correct academic requirements for the child. Then short goals will be selected to give them special teachings. After successful completion of every task, a progress report will be handed over to the parents.

Course Fee: 

  • 4 Month IEP7000 INR -In this course, we assess and select 15 goals (academic -12 and ADL -3). After the goal is completed, a unit test will be taken. There are other services we offer that are not included in this course.
  • 2 Month IEP  – 3500 INR -This course includes only limited ( 5 goal) academic support.