This page lists several resources that have been created/developed by the ASF for Angelman parents related to Individualized Education Plans (IEP).
Staci Zimmerman, M.Ed is available to help to create positive educational programming for your child with Angelman syndrome. She can collaborate with schools to provide the support and tools necessary for students to be successful.
- Support in advocacy for IEP and other services
- Review IEP and related documents
- Collaborate and participate with IEP and/or other meetings
Consultations can be held virtually or in-person for those in the Denver, CO area.
Staci Zimmerman has over 20 years of experience in special education, teaching and consulting in various school districts in Colorado. She supports private clients and contracts with Angelman Syndrome Foundation, The Prader-Willi Syndrome Association of Colorado (PWSACO), and Rocky Mountain Down Syndrome Association (RMDSA), as an IEP Consultant and family advocate.
Staci is an Adjunct Professor, in the Office of Clinical Experiences and Partnerships, School of Education, at Metropolitan State University of Denver. She teaches undergraduate Special Education, and supervises student teachers in various school districts in CO. Staci attended The University of Kansas, with a B.A in sociology and a master’s in special education. She continued post graduate work at The University of Kansas Medical Center in Autism Spectrum Disorder.
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Contact Staci Zimmerman: Stacizim11@gmail.com | (303) 550-9045
Please Note: Be prepared to send documentation to review, such as IEP, Health Care Plan, behavioral and other support services.
Transportation Protocol (Incorporate into IEP)
Due to the unique challenges and specific needs associated with Angelman syndrome, having a well-defined transportation protocol ensures safety and well-being of individuals.
This resource that can be incorporated into IEP meetings.
Symptom & Treatment Protocol (Supplemental Document)
This document was created by Lynne Bird, MD as a supplemental document for your IEP. Watch a webinar where Dr. Bird discusses the checklist.
The ASF IEP Bank is a platform for parents and IEP team members to exchange IEP goals and objectives with each other to assist in planning your student’s IEP.
- Goals and objectives are based on skill acquisition rather than age or grade level
- Goals and objectives may cross a variety of categories or topic areas
- Goals and objectives may include single or multiple implementers (the team members working with your student on a particular goal and objective) depending on the context of the goal and objectives
- Goals and objectives are reviewed and edited to ensure they are objective and measurable.
IMPORTANT NOTE: In recognition that states and local educational agencies differ in their requirements of how goal statements are written (i.e. different mastery or duration criteria, inclusion or exclusion of objectives, etc.), goals in the Goal Bank do not necessarily include all required pieces of the goal statement and are instead focused on ideas for content of new skills a student could be learning. It is up to the IEP team to ensure that each goal in the final IEP includes all necessary components and is appropriate for the individual student.
Tips to Prepare your Goal for Submission
- Remove personal information and details, such as your student’s name and specific criteria for your school district or state.
- Please use correct capitalization (not all CAPS), punctuation and spelling. Your help in this way will decrease review and approval time and improve the likelihood of the acceptance of goals and objectives submissions.
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Select who will implement the goal