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How can an IEP help a child with sensory-related developmental disability?

An Individualized Education Plan, or IEP, is a tool that teachers, therapists, and parents can use to help a child with a sensory-related disability in their educational environment. An IEP can provide important guidance for educators so that the child has a safe and positive learning environment. In general, parents, therapists, and educators work together to create an IEP.

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