We understand that the assessment process can be overwhelming and confusing for parents and families. That's why we recommend that you ask questions and seek clarification throughout the process. Here are some tips to help you navigate the assessment process:
1. Understand the purpose of the assessment: It's important to know why the assessment is being conducted and what information it will provide. This will help you better understand the results and how they can be used to support your child.
2. Ask for a copy of the assessment report: The assessment report will provide detailed information about your child's strengths and weaknesses, as well as recommendations for support and intervention. Make sure you understand the report and ask questions if anything is unclear.
3. Advocate for your child: As a parent or family member, you know your child best. If you have concerns about the assessment process or the results, speak up and advocate for your child's needs.
4. Stay informed: Keep in touch with your school district/servicing organization and stay up-to-date on any changes or updates related to your child's assessment.
Remember, the assessment process is designed to support your child's learning and development. By working together with your school district/servicing organization, you can ensure that your child receives the support and resources they need to succeed.