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    i have done a review with a parent as part of my nvq and we identifed that this child need an IEP or something simalar as her speak is not as it should be for her age.

    my asseser now wants me to do a this and see it completed

    i have to write target and how they will be achived and whne they have been achived and a space for comment from parent.

    i have never donw one before and not sure how to

    any ideas

    the child does speak but words not clear she has just turned three this weeks
    parent aware of problems and there is speach thropist involved

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    What has the Speech Therapist said? They will guide you on what to do and maybe next time you see her you can ask her about an IEP, or get hold of your DW and ask her as the body she works for will have a SECNO worker who will visit and help you.
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    Ohhhh I've been writing about IEPs... I will pm you!

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    i need this for thurs this week so can't do all that is should for then but i think a basic one and improve on it when have seen dw and parent been to threopist will do

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    try and keep your IEP to about 3 targets. These should be specific-eg Jonny will give me a symbol/picture when he wants to play with a certain toy-make sure the target is achievable and realistic and has a time limit when it will be reviewed, for example a half term. An IEP MUST be shared with Parents and their signature obtained to show their consent and understanding. Keep the language plain and simple and understandable to all. Its much easier if you can do it in conjuction with a Speech and Language therapist or Senco but in your situation the Parents should be a big help as they will know their child the best-good luck

 

 

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