Three Steps to Plan Now for the Future of Your Disabled Child with James Lange
Inclusive Education Project Podcast
by Inclusive Education Project
4d ago
We are pivoting from our normal education-centric topics today to take a broader view of the financial side of raising a child with a disability. We want to make sure that families, and people working with these families, have all the resources and tools for a well-rounded toolkit for supporting their kids. We welcome James Lange to the podcast to share his practical insights and expertise. James Lange is a CPA, a state attorney in Pennsylvania, and the author of nine best-selling financial books. He is a nationally recognized IRA, 401(k), and retirement plan distribution expert. As a result o ..read more
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Approaching Life with an Unstoppable Mindset with Michael Hingson
Inclusive Education Project Podcast
by Inclusive Education Project
1w ago
We are joined today by a special guest, Michael Hingson, host of the Unstoppable Mindset podcast. We have shared a lot of time on each other’s podcasts and learned a lot from Michael’s perspective on special education, especially what he experienced in the very early days of special ed.  Join us to learn more about Michael’s life and work! Michael Hingson has a unique story. With a master’s degree in physics, Mike is an educator, best-selling author, inspirational speaker, and disability advocate–and he is blind and a 9/11 World Trade Center survivor. When his premature birth called for a ..read more
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Love Is a Classroom with Andrew Goff
Inclusive Education Project Podcast
by Inclusive Education Project
2w ago
It’s a very busy time of year for everyone involved in IEP meetings, for sure! In today’s episode, we are discussing IEP meetings and the roles of compassionate educators who want to look beyond strict compliance to genuinely meet the needs of students with disabilities and special needs. Join us for the conversation! Andrew Goff taught early childhood special education in five different least restrictive environments for 12 years. He took this unique insight into his doctoral program, from which he graduated in 2017. As he moved into the community college system in Colorado, he is currently t ..read more
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A Holistic View of Language and Cultural Context with Dr. Alexander Tan
Inclusive Education Project Podcast
by Inclusive Education Project
3w ago
Today’s episode is Part 2 to our recent solo episode about English language learners. We are focusing on the bigger picture of language as only one part of a child’s entire cultural context affecting performance on all educational and neuropsychological evaluations. Join us to learn more from today’s guest! Dr. Alexander Tan is a board-certified clinical neuropsychologist and supervisor at Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC). His expertise is in the assessment of neurological and neurodevelopmental disorders in children and adolescents. He is an internationally recognized expert and fr ..read more
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The Power of a “Stay-Put” Motion
Inclusive Education Project Podcast
by Inclusive Education Project
3w ago
Are you paying attention to the calendar? As we find ourselves in the last few weeks of the school year, this is your friendly reminder to act fast for the annual transition IEP meetings that should be happening. In today’s episode, we are discussing the power of “stay put” as it applies to keeping things the same in IEP accommodations and services while being in disagreement with a proposed change. Join us for a closer look! Show Highlights: “Stay put” is not just for due process cases but is one of the most important parental legal rights. The federal law is consistent but state-to-state nu ..read more
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309: The Power of a “Stay-Put” Motion
Inclusive Education Project Podcast
by Inclusive Education Project
1M ago
Are you paying attention to the calendar? As we find ourselves in the last few weeks of the school year, this is your friendly reminder to act fast for the annual transition IEP meetings that should be happening. In today’s episode, we are discussing the power of “stay put” as it applies to keeping things the same in IEP accommodations and services while being in disagreement with a proposed change. Join us for a closer look! Show Highlights: “Stay put” is not just for due process cases but is one of the most important parental legal rights. The federal law is consistent but state-to-state nu ..read more
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ENCORE: English Language Learners and IEPs
Inclusive Education Project Podcast
by Inclusive Education Project
1M ago
Today's show is a replay of a very popular and informative episode that we hope you'll enjoy. Today’s topic has popped up recently in some of our cases, and it’s an important one to cover because it is under-supported and often overlooked in the IEP world. We are discussing the ELL designation, which stands for “English Language Learner.” Join us to learn when a child should be designated as an ELL, how things should progress from there, and what the school district’s obligations are when that designation is given.  Show Highlights: A student’s ethnicity can prompt false assumptions that ..read more
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Tackling Brain Health: Amanda and Vickie make a guest appearance on the Neurologics podcast hosted by Karen Odell-Barber
Inclusive Education Project Podcast
by Inclusive Education Project
1M ago
Welcome to a very special episode! Karen Odell-Barber with Neurologics was a recent guest on our show, so we returned the favor by appearing on her podcast,  Tackling Brain Health. We are excited to share that episode today. You’ll learn more about our journeys, the origins of our law firm and podcast, and the important work that calls to us on behalf of students and families. Join us! Show Highlights: The varied paths that led Amanda and Vickie to be special education attorneys after meeting in law school Special education law: “The wild, wild west” Karen’s personal experience in being ..read more
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Smooth Transitions for Your Child’s Next School Phase
Inclusive Education Project Podcast
by Inclusive Education Project
1M ago
We are in the season of Spring Break and Easter, which means transition IEP meetings should be happening. If you have procrastinated, it’s not too late! If your child is transitioning from preschool to kindergarten, from sixth grade to middle school, from middle school to high school, or even beyond high school into a vocational program, you’ll learn valuable information in today’s episode. Join us! Show Highlights: Be proactive in scheduling transition IEPs and annual/triennial meetings. The importance of assessing your student’s current accommodations for proper implementation and effective ..read more
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Amazing Advances in Brain Optimization Technology with Karen Odell-Barber
Inclusive Education Project Podcast
by Inclusive Education Project
2M ago
We are learning more and more all the time about how our brains function and what it means to be neurodiverse. In this episode, we explore cutting-edge technologies in the field of brain optimization, which has huge implications in special education. Join us to learn more! We are joined by Karen Odell-Barber, the founder and CEO of Neurologics, a technology company that does brain mapping and optimization of the brain producing permanent cognitive repair. This optimization leads to an additional 15 functional IQ points for every person who does optimization, regardless of age, along with a wil ..read more
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