Tag Archives: IEP

Important Message from our College Speaker, Dr. Matt Sauer

Our April speaker, Dr. Matt Sauer from the University of Cincinnati, contacted ODN today and noted that some of the contact information on his business card was printed incorrectly. He asked specifically that we let our ODN parents know. In other words, if you tried to contact him and he did not get back to you then this is probably why.  So, please try again using this information:

Matthew Sauer, Ph.D, Accommodation Coordinator, Academic Excellence and Support Services, Disability Services Office, P.O. Box 210213, Cincinnati, OH 45221-0213, Office: (513) 556-6823, Fax: (513) 556-1383, TTY: (513) 556-3277, Matthew.Sauer@uc.edu, www.uc.edu/sas/disability.


Dr. Matt Sauer with some of our ODN board members.

April 16 Meeting: What Happens to your Child’s IEP in College?

So what does happen with that IEP in college?

A lot and it’s important to know that answer now.

Dr. Matt Sauer, accommodations coordinator with the University of Cincinnati, will talk about what to expect in college, including what happens to your child’s IEP and how your child needs to prepare. Dr. Sauer is a repeat speaker and a crowd favorite.

  • When: April 16, 6:30 p.m.
  • Where: Heritage Elementary, 679 Lewis Center Road in Lewis Center

This is a perfect session for all IEP parents – parents of dyslexic children and all others – so please join us!  Oh, and remember our meetings are open to everyone, teachers and parents regardless of your school district.