|A cover shot of our 3" ring binder|
|The binder dividers|
|Green paper dividers with the kids' names stand out|
|An ADHD evaluation|
In the "IEP" section, I keep all the notes (mine and the official ones I get sent) from IEP, IFSP and 504 meetings.
The "Evaluations" mostly consists of outside evals, but also ADHD evaluations from teachers, and myself.
"Progress" contains the progress reports I received from speech and occupational therapies.
"Resources" is in separate 1.5" binder because it contains ideas found online, local support groups, practical therapy ideas and handouts.
|This binder is dedicated solely to the resources available for families with Autism|
I confess I don't have anything in the "Advocacy" section. Though you could include the "Parents Rights" handout the give you every six months or so, communications with parent advocates specifically, ideas for making meetings go smoothly, etc.
So that's it--that's the tour. I hope this breakdown of ideas helps you feel empowered to meet the challenges of special needs kids. My own kids have taught me so much and are among my greatest blessings.
Good luck to you!