Do you know someone that is struggling to receive the best education possible for their child with disabilities? If so, there are steps that can be taken to improve the quality of their education. Please join us for a webinar entitled, “How to Have a Successful IEP Meeting.”

This topic is often discussed among families with special needs children. For those who may not know, IEP stands for Individualized Education Program. It is a legal document that clearly defines the instruction, supports and services that a student with disabilities needs to thrive in PreK – 12 public school education.

We will stream the webinar on our Facebook page on Tuesday, April 5, 2022 at 7:00pm EST. You do not have to preregister to attend. During the webinar, we will discuss:

  • What is an IEP and who should have one
  • When a parent should request an IEP meeting
  • How to choose appropriate IEP goals for your child
  • What to do if you disagree with the IEP goals
  • and more!


Our guest panelists are Danzella Watts and Ava Thompson of Simply Put-In-It, LLC. They have decades of experience in special education. We are looking forward to sharing with you their words of wisdom regarding the education of children with disabilities.

About Danzella Watts

Danzella Watts is the founder of Simply Put-In-It, LLC. She has twenty-three years of experience in the field of special education. Danzella has worked in a variety of roles, such as Special Education Teacher, Special Education Building Administrator, Educational Trainer and Behavior Specialist. Her career as an educator has broadened her perspective on the importance of forging positive parent, school, and staff relationships.

It is Danzella’s sincere desire to empower parents of students with disabilities with a clear understanding of the IEP process.



About Ava Thompson

Ava Thompson has 18 years of experience as a public school special educator and lead teacher for school districts in Georgia and Virginia. She has attended hundreds of IEP meetings throughout her career as an educator, but also as a parent of her own children with IEPs.

Ava’s passion is to empower students and families with fair and equitable access to special education, regardless of demographics.




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Please tell a friend about our upcoming webinar, “How to have a successful IEP meeting.” We know this will be a blessing to many parents who are desiring for their child to receive the best education possible!