One-to-One Aide Planning
Considerations & Recommendations
Each decision to recommend a one-to-one aide must weigh the factors of both (1) the student’s individual needs and (2) the available supports in the setting where the student’s IEP will be implemented. There are a number of important considerations that must be made by the CPSE/CSE in regard to each of these factors.
Join use for a presentation and discussion on when to make a recommendation for 1-1 supports and what factors should be considered before making this recommendation.
Tara Moffett, Attorney at Girvin Ferlazzo, PC
Ruthanne Fennelly, Family Support Services Parent Advocate
Monday, October 2, 2017
Registration: 9:30 am-10:00 am
Program 10:00 am-12:30 pm
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Need additional information? Contact Helen Charland at DRNY.
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