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  • Writer's pictureCarissa Johnson

Maximizing Early Education: The Benefits of VPK SIS for Pre-K Children with IEPs

Hey there, amazing parents!

Watching your little one grow and learn is one of the joys of parenthood, especially when they have that spark of curiosity in their eyes. For those incredible kiddos who experience the world a little differently, and those holding an Individual Educational Plan (IEP), Florida has a little extra help to offer. Have you heard about VPK SIS? No worries if you haven't—that's exactly what we're here to chat about today!

VPK SIS stands for Voluntary Prekindergarten Specialized Instructional Services. It's essentially a program designed to support children with unique needs, ensuring they receive a tailored educational experience during their critical early learning years. If your child has an IEP and participates in a full time preschool program (such as PEEPS), they are eligible for this program, which focuses on providing specialized assistance that aligns with their specific developmental requirements.

What's VPK SIS, You Ask?

Florida's Voluntary PreKindergarten Specialized Instructional Services (VPK SIS) program is a hidden gem for parents of 4 & 5 year-old children with disabilities. This means your child can attend an ESE pre-k program during the school year, like PEEPS or a blended VPK classroom with an IEP and still access VPK SIS services.

Play On Words Therapy Solutions provides one-on-one speech language therapy in your home that aligns with the unique goals set out in their IEP. And—here's the fantastic part—it's absolutely FREE.

Making the Leap

Ready to get started? Give us a call to reserve your spot! We will help walk you through the process to receive your VPK SIS voucher....spaces are limits! Cheers to a summer of fun, growth, and discoveries for your amazing pre-K explorer!

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