The Children’s Hemiplegia and Stroke Association (CHASA) is gathering sample IEPs and other education plans from birth through college from parents of children with disabilities and we will share these on the CHASA website. We’d like to see IEPs for a child with any type of differences and are not limiting this to the groups we have traditionally served. Parents and school staff often find the development of a child’s IEP to be rather challenging. It is our hope that by sharing sample IEPs, we will continue with the CHASA mission of improving the lives of children with hemiplegia or pediatric stroke.
Send Your IEP to CHASA
Contact CHASA and we’ll send you instructions on how to send your child’s IEP to us. We ask that you remove names, signatures, locations, and the school name from the IEP before you send the file to us. Sending as a pdf file is the preferred method. Please tell us the grade level of your child and the date (year) of the IEP. If you’d like to share your child’s diagnosis or any other information, please feel free to add this in your email.
More about Individualized Education Plans
Children with hemiplegia may or may not have challenges at school. For children who do have challenges, an Individualized Education Plan, mandated by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, is often put into place to guide teachers and other school staff. An Individualized Education Program is a written statement of the educational program designed to meet the child’s individual needs. The IEP generally has two goals – to set reasonable learning goals for the child, and to state the services that the school district will provide for the child. Learn more about hemiplegia and school issues >