Creating an IEP binder is one of the best ways to make sure it is easy to access all the details in the mounds of paperwork. Between IEP documents, school documents and outside doctor assessments, and research, you can literally have piles of paperwork to sort through.
As we all know, the best advocacy can happen when we are super organized. I talk about this in my book, Special Ed Mom Survival Guide, in chapter 33, Track Everything and Stay Organized! Knowing what to keep track of, and using an IEP Organizer, is key to making sure you are on top of what your child is getting and what your child needs.
That is why I created this simple IEP Organizer printable. With 40 pages of forms, lists and information, this toolkit gives you all the pieces you need to stay organized! It even has pre-layed out pages for binder tabs, and cover and spine printouts for your notebook.
The Ultimate IEP Binder Toolkit includes forms and pages for:
- Contact LIsts
- Student Synopsis & Strengths
- Child Strengths and Weaknesses
- Calendars & Schedules
- Communications Forms & Procedures
- All IEP information
- Support plans
- Prepping for the next IEP
- Previous IEPs
- Report Cards & Progress Reports
- Work Samples
- Assessments & Testing
- Medical Information
IEP Tools and Resources:
- Special Ed Acronyms
- Parent Rights for Your state
- Links to advocacy resources
- 11 Questions to Ask When Hiring an Advocate