In This Issue ...
June 26, 2012
You will understand the power of getting organized when you take your organized file to the IEP meeting this fall. You will gain a sense of control.
Your goal this summer...
- Learn how to create a document management system
- Organize your child's special education file
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate we explain the importance of keeping and organizing records. You will learn where to start, what supplies you will need, and how to develop your Master Provider List.
Please don't hesitate to forward this issue to other friends, families, or colleagues.
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Gather Information about your Child
Make a list of all individuals and agencies that may have information or records about your child.
Start your provider list today. Or, update a previous list.
This page has a link to download the format for a Master Provider List.
What Documents are Keepers?
Even the oldest documents in your child's history can sometimes help you make a case.
Get the guidelines for understanding the importance of different documents and how to organize them sensibly.
The Paper Chase:
Managing Your Child's Documents by Robert K. Crabtree, Esq.