IEP changes for Aspergers??

Discussion in 'General Parenting' started by LookingForAnswers, Jun 18, 2011.

  1. LookingForAnswers

    LookingForAnswers New Member

    We have an IEP meeting on Wednesday to discuss a plan for the transition to high school. We are just now learning that he has Aspergers and don't know much about it yet. Does anyone have any recommendations for accomodations and/or goals that I should have placed in his IEP?

  2. TeDo

    TeDo Guest

    The things my difficult child struggles with most in school are needing frequent sensory breaks, help with understanding vague & implied instructions/questions, organization, and assignments that involve way too many steps/concepts for him to remember. We have regular sensory breaks in his IEP so he can take a short walk or utilize a sensory tool outside of the classroom. We have also built in resource room time so he can have things that are confusing him explained better/more clearly so he can do the work.

    Not sure if this helps or not. It's just what we have found my difficult child needs.