Individual Education Plan

Community Living Winnipeg, the Manitoba Down Syndrome Society,
and Metro Winnipeg Council for Exceptional Children


Preparing For Your Child’s
Individual Education Plan

The IEP process can be a daunting experience for parents concerned about their child having a good school year. After all, the school personnel are the experts, right? Well, so are you when it comes to knowing your child.
This workshop will address the following questions:

• What is an Individual Education Plan (IEP)?
• Who requires an IEP?
• Who develops the IEP?
• What is the process for IEP development?
• What are the main components of an IEP?

There will be time for folks to share and learn from the experiences of other parents. Come and learn more about how to contribute toward the creation of an effective working document that leads to important measurable gains for your child.
About The Presenter
Lorraine is a 38-year teaching veteran who worked as a Resource Teacher for the last 21 years of her career. She is the current President of the Manitoba Down Syndrome Society and she has initiated many projects for MDSS over the years, including the See Me Beautiful Conference for Educators and Parents, and Social Clubs for youth and young adults. She brings the unique perspective of being not only a teacher and case manager, but also the parent of a wonderful young man who happened to be born with Down syndrome. Lorraine has participated in the development of many Individual Education Plans, and guided their implementation with teachers, educational assistants, and parents.

To register please contact Andrea at 204-786-1414 or Rod Lauder at 204-953-5875

Space is Limited

Questions: Please email

An ASL interpreter will be provided upon request.

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