Jennifer Bolduc

Tel: 617-797-4250

Fax: 781-948-4576

Organizing your child's file

Getting organized for your next IEP meeting? Not sure what to bring? To successfully negotiate the appropriate services for your child you need evaluative data to make your case. That data is most likely already in your child's file. Having an organized file can make a significant difference in your effectiveness in your next IEP meeting.  
Step 1: Request a copy of your child's records 

All records will be placed in chronological order in three ring binders with a detailed table of contents. A list of missing documents and pages provided to client which includes a provider list and easy to reference guide that can be taken to future evaluations or provided to your IEP team.

Step 2: Analyze and Organize Records
  • Case Analysis and Advocacy Plan

  • Goal/Benchmark comparison grids with goals tied to curriculum standards

  • Proposed/Current IEP grids that identify changes and inconsistencies

  • Progress report data analyzed for rate of progress

  • Evaluation recommendations correlated to IEP goals and services

  • Evaluation test results charted, plotted in bell curve for easy understanding

  • Visual representations of your child's progress and area's of need

  • All required IEP components reconciled and missing records identified

  • Easy to reference guide to paper and searchable digital records

The Special Organizer

Organization, Advocacy, Consultation