Effective Education Planning for Neurodivergent Students

Individual Education Plans can be extremely helpful or a waste of time: they usually fall somewhere in between.

Sadly, it is the children who suffer the consequences when things go wrong, leading to poorer academic and social outcomes, as well as lower self-concept and self-worth.

In our meetings, we must ask: practically speaking, what will this look like in the day-to-day life of the school staff and the student? 

Our article on Neurodiversified outlines steps we can take to ensure our IEPs (or SSPs) are effective, useful, and student-centred.

Published by Neurodiversity MB

Jillian has Child and Youth Work diploma as well as a BA in Psychology. Jillian worked on the front lines of Social Services agencies from 2003 - 2012. Jillian has taken numerous continuing education courses and has attended various workshops focused on supporting neurodiverse children, in particular children with ADHD.

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