Resources

This page was created in hopes of making navigating the special education world just a little easier. Below you will find links to websites, free downloads, and informative videos.

Web links & pages Free Downloads Videos
Autism Speaks 13 Federal Mandates for IEP Goals (Downloaded from Smarter Steps) How To Save Time & Create Legally Compliant IEP Goals (Smarter Steps)
Center for Developmentally Disabled Smarter Steps for IEP Goals: 3 Sample Goals (Downloaded from Smarter Steps) AT for Dysleixa2 (MO-AT)
Council for Exceptional Children Smarter Steps Puzzle: 7 Easy Steps to Legally Compliant IEP Goals (Downloaded from Smarter Steps)
Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) IEP Goal Quick Tips Hand-Out (Downloaded from Smarter Steps)
 Eater Seals (Mid-West) 10 Steps of Special Education Process (Downloaded from MPACT)
First Steps Request for Initial Evaluation Sample Letter (Downloaded from MPACT)
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Section 504 Overview (Downloaded from MPACT)
IDEAS That Work Special Education Compliance Standards & Indicators (Downloaded from DESE)
Intervention Central Procedural Safeguards (Downloaded from DESE)
Kansas City Heroes IEP Goals and Objectives Bank (Redmond, Oregon): THOUSANDS of IEP goal ideas!
Missouri Families for Effective Autism Treatment (MO-FEAT) IEP Goal Bank (from Autism Educators): This site not only gives you the goals but also the materials (for a fee!)
Missouri Protection & Advocacy Services Exceed IEP Goal Bank (Downloaded from Joint School District)
MPACT Goals & Objectives Bank (Downloaded from USD320)
Office of Special Education & Rehabilitative Services (OSER)
Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP)
Parenting Children with Special Needs
PBIS
S.M.A.R.T.E.R Steps (IEP Goals)
Understood
Wrightslaw

 

* Notice to our readers: links, downloads, videos, and any other content/resources should be viewed as just that, resources. The tools and links provided are to assist you in gaining additional information about disabilities, services and/or organizations. Information shared on this page may not necessarily be the opinion of KWT&S.  Again, it is for the reader to gain additional information about what services and resources are available within their surrounding communities, nationally and online.

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