Individualized Education Plans.
If you have a child with special needs, you know the fear, the dread, the boredom that these three words bring. No matter how well-meaning your “team” is, they are scary. Especially if you live somewhere like Arlington. Casey’s last meeting had TWELVE people there. Waiting for me.
They looked like this:
But to me, they looked like this:
Rest assured, they were all very nice and none of them seemed to be involved with death panels of any sort.
6 thoughts on “Your local friendly IEP team is not a death panel.”
My first one for my bear cub is coming up and I'm terrified. I think that you may be wrong about them though and they are just trying to give you a false sense of security.
You're probably right. I'm not kidding though. I thought about them all having sharp scary teeth and kind of hissing at me and I could not stop giggling. Which is AWESOME to do in an IEP meeting.
don't let your guard down yet babe….that's how they suck you in #mwahaha
The second picture was our previous district without make up. The first is our present district. We are blessed. Hope you got a great outcome!
I should've gone pee before reading this one. Now I need to change my pants. Ugh! More laundry to do….
I like the no eyes on the one. It's about right.