In It: Raising Kids Who Learn and Think Differently
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Why We Cry In IEP Meetings

In It: Raising Kids Who Learn and Think Differently

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Why We Cry In IEP Meetings

In It: Raising Kids Who Learn and Think Differently

Discover In It, a podcast from Understood for and about families of kids who learn and think differently. Hosts Amanda Morin and Bob Cunningham hear from families of kids who struggle with reading, math, focus, and other skills. Parenting kids who learn and think differently can be an emotional and frustrating adventure. But, as we’ll remind listeners on each episode, you’re in good company along the way. We hope our show will make you nod your head in agreement—or at the very least, remind you you’re not alone. Understood is a free resource and online community for families of kids who learn and think differently.

In It: Raising Kids Who Learn and Think Differently

On this first episode of In It, hosts Amanda Morin and Lexi Walters Wright dig into why emotions tend to run high IEP meetings. They talk with comedian Dena Blizzard about her (very) public reaction to a disappointing IEP meeting. They hear from other parents who gotten emotional when discussing the needs of their kids struggling in school. And they also connect with expert Mark Griffin, Ph.D., about what’s at stake during these meetings. Understood is a free resource and online community for parents of kids with learning and thinking differences. Learn more and connect with other families who are In It: u.org/podcast

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