IEP = I Expect Progress: Why “Wait & See” is Not OK.

Robin Pegg, MEd, COTA/L, ATP, Education Consultant

As the Education Consultant for the WSA, I have the opportunity to support many families as they navigate the special education system. Usually, this is exciting as I get to meet teachers and teams and help them understand how to teach their students with Williams syndrome (WS). Usually, this is the case. But, last week was hard. Last week, I spoke with several families whose kiddos weren’t reading or had made very limited progress over the last several years.

Think College (blog)

WSA Staff

If you attended the convention in Summer 2018, you may have had the opportunity to interact with representatives from Think College. The organization is part of the Institute for Community Inclusion at the University of Massachusetts Boston, and they work with families to help navigate the exciting and complicated process of considering college options for our daughters and sons with Williams syndrome.