Join this webinar to understand what an IEP (Individual Education Plan) is and how it is an indispensable tool in the educational journey of students with special needs. An overview of the IEP will provide an understanding of its various components, as well as clarify the responsibilities of the parties involved in its development. It will also provide a brief overview of what an IPRC (Identification, Placement and/or Review Committee) is. It should be noted that this presentation is not intended to be a detailed study of these themes, but rather to provide a few terms and clarifications needed by parents and various professionals who are part of the student’s school team.
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Starting January 28, the Bank of Canada Museum will be opening early for Sensory Sundays on select Sundays throughout the year.
From 9:00-10:00 am (before the Museum opens to the general public) the Museum is creating a more subdued experience for our sensory-sensitive visitors. We’re dimming the lights, lowering the volume and creating alternative ways of experiencing the Museum. The Sensory activities will continue during regular Museum hours from 10:00 am to noon.
Need a little break? We’re also providing a comfortable quiet zone and if you need noise-cancelling headphones, they’re available at the front desk.
Please consult our website for dates, to plan your visit or to download our social story. Admission to the Museum is always free.
We hope you can join us,
The Bank of Canada Museum